Transport currently accounts for over 27% of total greenhouse gas emissions in the EU, pushing automotive manufacturers and their value chain to improve the fuel efficiency of vehicles and use alternative energy sources, such as electrification or fuel cells. Emerging players are developing innovative solutions to potentially decarbonise the transport sector, while reducing traffic congestion and improving safety and accessibility, but also disrupting traditional public and private transport models, challenging established players.

Several partnerships and investments are re-shaping the industrial transport value chain, expected to change more in the next 5 to 10 years than it has in the last 50, with large suppliers transitioning from car and part manufacturers to providers of mobility solutions.

Public authorities are struggling to keep up with the pace of change and successfully integrate new mobility solutions that align with their Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) goals while still meeting current citizens’ needs.

At Bax & Company, we believe that a radical transformation of the transport systems is urgently required, both for passengers and freight, to enable truly sustainable and effectively integrated mobility. This requires holistic approaches to define such systemic innovations and integrate multi-stakeholder perspectives, from technology suppliers and operators to policymakers.

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