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Shared mobility in Russia - statistics & facts

Even though the Russian ride-hailing and taxi market ranks as the fifth largest in the world, shared mobility still has enough room for growth in the region. The shift in customer preferences in the past years lead to increased demand for shared means of transportation in Russia. Moscow provides a wide variety of shared mobility services to its users, being the most developed Russian city in this market.

Taxis and bikes

   Taxi or ride-hailing is by far the most developed segment of shared mobility in Russia, with projected market turnover to exceed 11 billion U.S. dollars by 2025. Yandex.taxi is the dominant player, making up roughly two-thirds of the market and generating about 67 billion Russian rubles from taxi and food services in 2020.

Compared to the aforementioned means of shared transportation, bike and scooter-sharing services are less developed in the country at present. Nevertheless, city bikes are gaining popularity in the Russian capital every year. This is reflected in the growing fleet of city bikes, stations, and the annual number of bike rides. Unlike the carsharing sector, bike sharing reported significant revenue growth of nearly ten million U.S dollars from 2019 to 2020.

Carsharing

   Accelerated expansion of carsharing is gradually weakening the dominance of taxis in the Russian shared mobility arena. Despite setbacks in 2020 due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, carsharing user numbers are set for steady growth. As a result of numerous mergers and acquisitions, the number of carsharing providers saw a slight decline over the past year. Yandex is a stable leader in this segment as well, with Yandex.Drive counting 21 thousand vehicles in its car park as of 2021.

Customer satisfaction from car sharing experiences in Russia is closely related to the cost effectiveness and comfort provided. Carsharing has become more frequent in recent years. YouDrive was the most preferred brand after Yandex.Drive by users, as of 2020.

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Shared mobility in Russia - statistics & facts

Even though the Russian ride-hailing and taxi market ranks as the fifth largest in the world, shared mobility still has enough room for growth in the region. The shift in customer preferences in the past years lead to increased demand for shared means of transportation in Russia. Moscow provides a wide variety of shared mobility services to its users, being the most developed Russian city in this market.

Taxis and bikes

   Taxi or ride-hailing is by far the most developed segment of shared mobility in Russia, with projected market turnover to exceed 11 billion U.S. dollars by 2025. Yandex.taxi is the dominant player, making up roughly two-thirds of the market and generating about 67 billion Russian rubles from taxi and food services in 2020.

Compared to the aforementioned means of shared transportation, bike and scooter-sharing services are less developed in the country at present. Nevertheless, city bikes are gaining popularity in the Russian capital every year. This is reflected in the growing fleet of city bikes, stations, and the annual number of bike rides. Unlike the carsharing sector, bike sharing reported significant revenue growth of nearly ten million U.S dollars from 2019 to 2020.

Carsharing

   Accelerated expansion of carsharing is gradually weakening the dominance of taxis in the Russian shared mobility arena. Despite setbacks in 2020 due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, carsharing user numbers are set for steady growth. As a result of numerous mergers and acquisitions, the number of carsharing providers saw a slight decline over the past year. Yandex is a stable leader in this segment as well, with Yandex.Drive counting 21 thousand vehicles in its car park as of 2021.

Customer satisfaction from car sharing experiences in Russia is closely related to the cost effectiveness and comfort provided. Carsharing has become more frequent in recent years. YouDrive was the most preferred brand after Yandex.Drive by users, as of 2020.

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