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New Zealand Micromobility Market: Trends and Future Outlook

New Zealand Micromobility Market: Trends and Future Outlook

The New Zealand micromobility market is experiencing growth and is projected to reach USD 2,395.1 million by 2030, growing at a CAGR of 64.3% during the forecast period (2021–2030). This growth can be ascribed to the low cost and suitability of these solutions, supportive government guidelines, and increasing requirements to lessen traffic congestion.

On the basis of vehicle type, in New Zealand in the micro-mobility industry, the electric-scooters have become the favored means of transportation for a short commute, because of this the category is projected to lead the industry in the coming few years.

One of the main growths in the micro-mobility industry is the presence of e-scooters in the fleet due to the added comfort they provide in comparison to pedal-aided bikes. Because of the wish of individuals to move quicker and more suitably, a growing count of service providers is integrating electric scooters into their fleets, which is advancing the industry in this category.

In the coming few years, the dockless category is all set to witness faster development in the New Zealand micro-mobility market, on the basis of sharing system. This can be credited to the increasing count of businesses choosing the dockless vehicle-sharing idea as it needs less money in comparison to the docked-sharing system.

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Moreover, even operators find dockless sharing systems more appealing because of their cost-effectiveness and suitable features, like higher parking flexibility.

In the past few years, the count of micro-mobility startups has been experiencing an increase, credited to the uplifting demand for last-mile connectivity, mainly in city areas. The startups are concentrating more on getting investments to increase their operations.

In the past few years, several protuberant venture capitalists and automotive OEMs have backed such startups, which has started more-penetrating competition in the industry and the launch of new services to meet the last-mile connectivity needs of customers.

 

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