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Shared mobility in Poland - statistics & facts

Shared mobility is one of the most noticeable and tangible phenomena in Polish city areas in recent years. It is a relatively new concept, representing a separate category of urban transport, including various vehicle types, such as bicycles, scooters, electric scooters, or cars. The process consists of renting a vehicle via mobile technologies. At the end of the journey, the user leaves the vehicle, which will subsequently be accessible to other users.

Market development of shared mobility in Poland

One of the reasons for the development of shared mobility is technological innovation and a change in the lifestyle of Polish citizens. Poles are slowly moving away from the model of owning items to using available services. This change is undoubtedly influenced by increasing congestion in cities, the inefficiency of urban transport, and deteriorating air quality. As a result, Poland's shared mobility industry has been booming in recent years. The market is growing, with new players investing in the development of vehicle numbers and catalogs. In 2021, the number of shared vehicles in Poland amounted to nearly 34 thousand. Kick-scooters were the vehicles most often rented within the shared mobility service in Polish cities. It is expected that by 2025, the number of shared vehicles will more than triple. The number of users is also increasing seasonally. At the end of 2020, more than 9.1 million Poles were using a shared mobility service. In this period, the revenue per user of the shared mobility market decreased significantly, most likely due to the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent restrictions.

Availability of vehicles in a shared mobility service

Bike-sharing is very popular in Poland, although in 2019, electric scooters were a short-lived hit. That same year, bike-sharing was used by more than two million Poles, which was a clear lead over other types of vehicles available under shared mobility. This number is predicted to increase by 170 percent by 2025. However, the most significant increase is expected among electric scooter users. This service became available in Polish cities in 2018. Another service available as part of shared mobility is carsharing. It is the second-largest system in terms of revenue. In Poland, self-service car rental systems available through smartphone use have been active since 2016. This service enables the rental of both passenger cars and light commercial vehicles. In 2019, 630 thousand people used a carsharing service. However, this figure is expected to increase by almost 200 percent by 2025. Panek was the largest operator on the carsharing market in Poland in terms of the number of cars offers, .



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