Actionable strategy for the future of the smart city of Prague: mobility of the future, digital and connected cities, autonomous mobility –

DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD)–The “Actionable strategy enabling the future of the smart city of Prague” the report was added to offer.

This study focuses on Prague as a smart city. It analyzes the current state of the city, the main challenges and government strategies and measures to overcome these problems and create a sustainable environment to stimulate future economic growth.

Rapid urbanization, obsolete infrastructure, the density of private vehicles and transport-related emissions are increasingly stressing the urban mobility ecosystem. Cities around the world are responding to these changes by developing a more sustainable, seamless and integrated transport system.

Cities are also focusing on building the regulatory and infrastructural framework needed to support smart mobility systems. Creating future employment opportunities, developing equitable communities and providing a high standard of living through efficient digital and connected services are other areas of focus for smart cities.

Smart city initiatives are measured using metrics such as self-preparedness, digitization, new mobility solutions, logistics performance, sustainability, policy and regulatory framework, as well as transport landscape and vision .

Prague is currently facing several challenges, including the increasing density of cars, which increases pollution and heavy traffic jams, especially in city centers. Despite the closures, commuters lost three days and 22 hours of overtime due to traffic jams in 2020.

Another key challenge is to develop electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure capabilities to pave the way for electric and autonomous mobility. Prague has developed a holistic strategy called Smart Prague 2030 to address these issues and improve the livability of the city.

This report provides a brief profile of key Prague growth indicators, digital economy, smart urban mobility initiatives and EV strategy. It also highlights the city’s focus on sustainable mobility through improved public transport systems and infrastructure.

The authorities in Prague strive to meet urgent challenges and focus on long-term sustainability goals. The city is part of a dynamic of change in mobility services with the emergence of a connected, shared, autonomous and electric mobility approach. It invests in digital infrastructure to create an environment that fosters collaboration with other major cities, industrial consortia and financial investors.

Main topics covered:

1. Strategic imperatives

  • Why is it more and more difficult to grow taller?

  • The strategic imperative

  • The impact of the three main strategic imperatives on the smart city of Prague

  • Growth opportunities fuel the engine of the growth pipeline

2. Analysis of growth opportunities, Prague Smart City

  • Key growth indicators for the smart city of Prague

  • Growth drivers and constraints for Prague Smart City

  • Prague at a glance

  • CASE strategies, Prague Smart City

  • Pilot and approved projects, Prague Smart City

  • Prague Smart City 2030 digital strategy

  • Actual and target data, Prague Smart City

  • Overview of the mobility market, Prague Smart City

  • Overview of public transport modes, Prague Smart City

  • Overview of the shared mobility market, Prague Smart City

  • Electric mobility landscape, smart city of Prague

  • EV Strategy, Prague Smart City

  • AV initiatives, Prague Smart City

  • AV Pilot Overview, Prague Smart City

  • Sustainable Mobility Plan 2030, Prague Smart City

3. Universe of growth opportunities, Prague Smart City

  • Growth opportunity 1-Mobility of the future

  • Growth opportunity 2-Digital and connected cities

  • Growth opportunity 3-Autonomous mobility

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Berta D. Wells