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State of mobility ecosystem in Belgium after COVID-19
The Future of Mobility
Nearly half of Belgian consumers plan to avoid public transport due to COVID-19 over the next three months. Seventy-three percent of organisations in the mobility ecosystem fear this insecurity will last two to three years. Our latest study into the state of mobility after COVID-19 reveals many challenges and opportunities.
There is widespread concern that the insecurity caused by the crisis could lead to a modal shift back to the car, which may lead to significant congestion challenges. The mobility ecosystem is taking action, which will drive a significant increase in collaboration and digitalisation, resulting in increased innovation that will benefit consumers.
Deloitte Global interviewed 3,000 Belgian consumers to gain an understanding of the key economic and health concerns that are shaping the mobility needs and behaviours of the public after the end of the lockdown. In parallel, Deloitte Belgium surveyed - with the support of ITS.be - 40+ organisations representing the entire Belgian mobility ecosystem, from public transport operators and policymakers, through to automotive finance companies and technology scale-ups.
The results of both surveys were combined to create a new study. The state of the mobility ecosystem in Belgium after COVID-19 explores what the new normal for mobility in Belgium looks like and what actions can be taken to ensure that the mobility ecosystem recovers and thrives post COVID-19.
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