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Volume 93, 20213rd International Scientific Conference on New Industrialization and Digitalization (NID 2020)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||The Consumer Market in the New Economy: Innovative Models, Opportunities, Priorities|
|Published online||12 January 2021|
Management in the Model of Transport Behavior of Metropolis Residents Using the Concept of “Mobility as a Service”
Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Moscow, Russia
The article discusses the era of maximizing road connectivity receding into the past, giving way to the broader challenge of creating livable, cost-effective, socially healthy and environmentally sustainable cities and metropolitan areas. A metropolis is defined as a “supercity”, the largest form of settlement and the highest link in the urbanization process, one of the main criteria of which is the rapid development of communications in general, and transport in particular. A modern metropolis is highly dependent on an efficient transport system, which ensures its livelihoods through the delivery of goods and provides the population with access to resources, jobs and residential areas. The effective mobility of economic development of cities and agglomerations, which are the locomotives of the modern economy, is considered. The extensive development of the transport systems of megalopolises through the construction of new roads becomes ineffective, since the increase in the number of private cars outstrips the pace of road construction. The paradigm of urban development in the 2000s changed from a “city for cars” to a simple, at first glance, “city for people” paradigm, and mobility was also considered.
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