scoop.co.nz 17 Mar, 2021 19:15 am

Mobility Services To Hit $842B In Revenue In 2021, $141B Less Than In 2017

Mobility Services To Hit $842B In Revenue In 2021, $141B Less Than In 2017
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the social distancing rules forced millions of people worldwide to change their daily routine, including how they travel or use mobility services. According to data gathered by Finaria.it , global mobility services ...

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the social distancing rules forced millions of people worldwide to change their daily routine, including how they travel or use mobility services.it, global mobility services revenues halved amid the COVID-19 pandemic falling to $520bn in 2020.The mobility services market includes flights, ride-hailing, taxi services, long-distance bus travel and train tickets, car rental hires, and car-sharing services, booked online and offline.In 2017, the revenue of the global mobility services segment amounted to $983.

Statista data also revealed the global mobility services market is expected to recover in the next two years, with the revenue rising to $1.Besides huge revenue losses, the global mobility services market also witnessed a substantial drop in the number of users.

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