Gartner Research

Transportation Network Intermediaries Will Disrupt Smart Mobility

Published: 15 February 2018

ID: G00349713

Analyst(s): Michael Ramsey


CIOs operating in automotive, smart cities and/or smart mobility need to understand the disruptive impacts of a new category of companies, transportation network intermediaries, and how to work with them.

Table Of Contents
  • Impacts


Impacts and Recommendations

  • Transportation Network Intermediaries Are Providing a Single Routing and Payment Portal Across Multiple Modes of Transportation
  • TNIs Could Improve the Efficiency of Travel in Cities and Decrease the Need for Brand Power of Any Single Transportation Provider
  • TNIs Are Likely to Be Aligned With Cities and Regional Transportation Systems, Requiring Open Data Exchanges

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