06−10 October 2021

The 19th Exhibition of Building
Material and Interior

Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE)
BSD City, Indonesia


15 November 2019

The Future of Urban Mobility

Transportation has a tremendous role in facilitating today’s world activities, ranging from economic and business to the basic needs in everyday life. This means that people’s activities nowadays are dependent upon the transportation systems. As the world necessity getting more complex and vast, people tend to find the most reliable, efficient, and safest way to deliver and access their needs, in this case through transportation. Not surprisingly, the pace of transportation at this time is very rapid that many people still need to adapt and get used to it.

From these days until the next few years, transportation will bring many innovations in its field. As transportation advances, customers’ expectations and transport options will adjust. This will affect the technology in transportation likewise how people use it. Customer-focused transportation such as mobility-as-a-service will give a seamless, interactive, and personalized customer experience through technology and big data. This is based on user preferences, traffic congestion, prices, and weather. The aim of which is to make each customer has a different experience in using transportation. Things that might be difficult for customers to achieve will be supported by a wider range of destinations.

The economy of our country even is dependent upon transportation and is directly influenced by it. It has led to political, social, economic and even cultural development of the country. Customers range for conducting business both on regional and national levels will increase as transportation advances. Therefore, transportation also has to create a factor of accessible service, which is crucial for creating flexible transportation that can be used by every customer with no exception and removing mobility boundaries for everyone.

Sustainable development is also needed to be applied in transport systems which require the promotion of linkages between environmental protection, economic efficiency, and social growth. The expectation is that technological innovation in the transport sector in the future will be more a sustainability driver than it was in the past, for example, more transportation that use fewer fossil fuels and utilize another resource such as electricity. These factors that applied in the future will bring great movements and changes in the way a city developed into a digital city.