Average revenue per unit (ARPU) in the Shared Rides market Norway 2020-2030

Average revenue per unit (ARPU) in the Shared Rides market for different segments Norway from 2020 to 2030

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Data provided by Statista Market Insights are estimates.

Definition:

The Shared Mobility market encompasses a diverse range of long- and short-distance mobility services. As the world moves towards a more connected and digital era, the Shared Mobility market is central to driving innovation, collaboration, and the development of intelligent transportation systems.

Structure:

The market consists of eleven further markets. These include the following markets:

  • The Car Rentals market contains vehicle rentals that have been booked in person, by telephone via the internet or an app.
  • The Car-sharing market includes professionally run car-sharing services that provide on-demand access vehicles, allowing users to rent cars for short periods, e.g., by minute or hour.
  • The Bike-sharing market contains short-term bike-sharing services. Bicycles can be found in the provider’s business zone where they are either parked at designated stations or freely distributed without fixed docks.
  • The Ride-hailing market encompasses on-demand transportation services facilitated through mobile apps or online platforms. This market covers both private vehicle rides and taxi services, all booked exclusively online.
  • The Taxi market covers exclusively traditional taxi services booked offline, typically via street hailing or phone calls.
  • The Flights market contains air travel bookings regardless of the purchase channel, such as an airline's website or a travel agency.
  • In the Public Transportation market, revenues generated by ticket sales from public transportation companies are considered.

Additional Information:

The main performance indicators of the Shared Mobility market are revenues, average revenue per user (ARPU), user numbers and user penetration rates. Additionally, online and offline sales channel shares display the distribution of online and offline bookings. The ARPU refers to the average revenue one user generates per year while the revenue represents the total booking volume. Revenues are generated through both online and offline sales channels and include exclusively B2C revenues and users for the above-mentioned markets. User numbers show only those individuals who have made a reservation, independent of the number of travelers on the booking. Each user is only counted once per year. Additional definitions for each market can be found within the respective market pages.

The booking volume includes all booked rides made by users from the selected region, regardless of where the ride took place.

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