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Harnessing the future of mobility

Helping governments enable a better transportation experience for all

As social and technological trends converge and shape the way people and goods move from A to B, change is happening quickly. The public sector has a major role to play in making the emerging mobility ecosystem work for everyone.

Change is happening quickly. With new business models, new providers and cities embracing trials of the latest technology and targets, a different ecosystem of personal mobility is emerging, with implications affecting more than just the automotive industry.

Governments must understand how to navigate the future; managing and regulating disruption in a timely manner. But before they can move forward, they must understand where they are starting from and where they want to end up.

Australian governments are embracing many of the capabilities that will help them prepare for the future of mobility by taking an increasingly data-centric, agile, and customer focused view of the transport ecosystem.

However, public sector agencies still primarily function as regulators and operators of mobility services in urban markets.

They need to start applying these capabilities to how transport is planned and delivered by providing platforms that facilitate collaboration between public and private mobility operators.

State and Commonwealth agencies typically sit between Stage 2 – Engaged and Stage 3 – Uneven Transformation on Deloitte’s Future of Mobility Maturity Curve. They evolve maturity through undertaking mobility trials, but often without the overarching vision to guide broader internal transformation or certainty around dealing with impending disruptions.

Download Harnessing the Future of Mobility to find out more about each stage of the Mobility Maturity Curve. Understand the journey and the various roles public sector agencies can play as they move through the curve; transforming internal capabilities and in turn be a true catalyst in shaping the emerging mobility ecosystem.

Published: June 2018

Harnessing the future of mobility

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