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Thursday, 25 November 2021

Here's Where Use of Cars as Transportation Is Rising in the World

In the next three decades, Asian car use is projected to climb to more than 40% of trips taken, up from just 28% in 2015.

 

While car use is projected to fall in North America and Europe until 2050, Asia is the continent where the car as a mode of transportation is expected to become much more prevalent. In the next three decades, Asian car use is projected to climb to more than 40% of trips taken, up from just 28% in 2015.

The share of trips taken by car in Asia would be approaching that of Europe (44%) and Latin America (42%) by 2050, while the share of car trips taken in North America is expected to remain at a very high 76% despite the importance of the car slightly sinking.

According to the report 21st Century Cities: Asia Pacific’s Urban Transformation by MIT Technology Review, Asia Pacific is home to some of the most sophisticated public transport systems in the world, but because of huge discrepancies in the development status of different countries and of rural versus urban areas, motorisation could increase hugely as the continent develops.

The report concludes that by implementing far-reaching sustainable policies, the share of car trips in Asia could also be limited to 16-19% by 2050. The makers of the report believe that an equally drastic reduction of car trips could be possible in Africa, Europe and Latin America, while reducing car use to a truly lower level was deemed more difficult in North America and the Middle East.

Infographic: Where Car Use Is Rising & Falling | Statista

You will find more infographics at Statista, where this story was originally published.

 

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