Analysis of Mobility

Analysis of Mobility


Mobility refers to the ability to move from one place to another with the utmost strength concerning the road travels using the various medium. The automotive industry has been encountering and projected to changes into an entirely new mobility ecosystem that tends to develop in over time.  This is because the changes in the ecosystem have been specified on an individual basis. In regards to this, a front row seat has been emerging due to the civil conversations in government officials’ leaders and Architects. Behind these conversations, there entail all the elements that relate to mobility as I witnessed the nature of movement critically. Thus, the clear except the core elements about the evolution in mobility which will be revealed on the development of mobility in the long run (Lenz & Fraedrich, 2016).

Scepticism will detect a better role from the individual’s primary vehicles data driven by the drivers toward a future mobility system that is restricted to the vehicles that auto-drive themselves and distributed mobility. Corporate leaders should ensure that future ecosystem will be out in a form that provides the best probability that exists in ensuring that the business models are flexible for adequate for all the business models concerning mobility.

The government in Saudi Arabia tend to catalyze the incorporation of the duty system into the smart parliament to discuss the issue of intelligent cities challenge witnessed and analyzed the situation of mobility in both Saudi Arabia and Lebanon, and I love the fact that there is increasingly more effective transfer systems to citizens on the basis of mobility. The future of movement tends to arise within the mobility ecosystem since vehicle owners and operators incorporate the driverless revolution of vehicles into a new era of accessible autonomy (Hensher, 2017).

The future states of mobility, however, depend on various factors. Instances of factors for mobility include the degree to which autonomous vehicle technologies tend to be considered personal or significant vital elements such as catalyst which cover technology that will under-rate the pace the mobility regarding road travel technologies have become pervasive over time of proper techniques. The development of self-drive vehicles has led to a smart machine that is incorporated in human control about machine control after mobility.

Definition of future mobility perceives the private ownership is taking over the road travel as many consumers will prefer privacy forms for their sense of security and flexibility mobility that accompany the process of owning a vehicle as defined in future outlines that are fully autonomous. The self-drive cars used by the private individuals do not just displace cars around the road travels but also enhance quick and more reliable mobility (Bayen, Shaheen, Forscher & Lazarus, 2019). Since the prospect of mobility is based on the ideology that all the vehicles on the road travels for mobility incorporate the sharing practice. There will be increased and random competition self-drive of the shared cars into newly found areas of living segments for reliable and faster mobility.

Shared mobility tend to enhance the natural fulfilment of local transport desires. I have experienced the fact that many individuals owning cars have moderated the number of vehicles in possession and even deny their ownership due to the increased disadvantages accompanying mobility in the long run. My experience of travelling has so far been a different and appealing encounter because I have travelled to Lebanon and Saudi Arabia. The mobility in Lebanon is more integrated through its ability to effectively personalise the particular traveller data, effective system practices and more specifically the targeted demand management.

However, for mountainous areas such as Saudi Arabia, there is difficulty in the location of new integrated users in mobility. The pattern changes in mobility detected in Lebanon were also highly subjective to changes in the long run. The travel systems of patterns Lebanon tend to be substantial concerning the underlying model of travel traits unlike in Saudi Arabia that there exists only one dimension toward the travel encounters (El Khoury & Panizza, 2005).

Mobility inroads that have many lanes are effective in ensuring faster travel that is convenient to support any transit advances in the long run. On a personal account, I have been to the Lebanon road, and I can attest to their nature of mobility concerning the number of lanes on the highways and the increased possession of private vehicles by citizens in the country. I noticed that Lebanon had four lanes for mobility of commuters sue to the flat topography that supports the adoption of four lanes effectively. However, rough topography tends to discourage the incorporation of four lanes thus hindering effective mobility. In areas where there is rugged topography as I witnessed in Saudi Arabia, the roads only existed in one lane. I observed that the streets were passable under only one path.

Mobility in Lebanon is attributed to the heavy traffic that exists on the roads. However, the congestion of many vehicles on the road resulted in an increased number of private motor vehicles in different towns of Lebanon. The parking charges raised in the long run as there was the essence of regulating the number of private cars on mobility in the road travels.

Moreover, in Saudi Arabia, the nature of the roads existed on one lane thus making it very difficult for mobility to occur effectively. This is since the Dayaah were vulnerable to mobility risks as many vehicles both private and public use and access the same lane of the road. One path of mobility for the entrance of all the private and public cars exposed the way to carnages and other dangers. The mountainous nature of the landscape in Saudi Arabia was an inconvenience toward the enhancement of several lanes for the roads which would have made the roads to be easily passable about accommodating all vehicles appropriately on the streets.

Concerning traffic flow management, Lebanon was highly integrated with real-time data of congestion and other variables already being implemented. The integration of the current infrastructure in Lebanon is highly improvised to enhance the transport on the roads for easy travel. However, due to the many vehicles in Lebanon, some issues have arisen due to limited space for parking vehicles on the streets. The traffic arrangement I Lebanon is arranged in a manner that there are six lanes of traffic infrastructure that eases the mobility on the roads. This makes driving on the Lebanese roads to be more effective due to the appropriate traffic arrangement.

The traffic arrangement in Lebanon has been projected in a manner that it allows several vehicles to operate on the four lanes. This also hinders the parking layout as many cars lack the appropriate space to park. Due to this, many people prefer walking n root to avoid the parking charges and any other inconveniences that may be encountered due to congestion on the roads while travelling. I have experienced the traffic hurdles in Lebanon, and it is embarrassing. I even had to use a motorcycle for the essence of avoiding traffic jams and the parking fees. The rationale behind this is the increased use of cars by individuals in the country rather than using public service vehicles for mobility across the towns in Lebanon.

I had to alight from the private car that I was using and use the pathways to walk. I parked the vehicle and walked all along to the town for my errands as other people in the road travels were using motorcycles to avoid the parking problems that they would have experienced on the roads in Lebanon. The reasons some people also used bikes was to prevent the parking charges that would be incurred because they used their private cars for mobility across the towns in Lebanon. I decided to walk along the pathways due to the efficiency in the roads walks and to travel faster without any hindrance. Using motor vehicles is also a faster way of mobility rather than the use of private cars that had congested the road travels in Lebanon thus making mobility in the country difficult. I witnessed that many people in Lebanon tend to use motorcycles and to walk on the pathways not because the roads are poorly developed but because the use of private cars for mobility tends to be expensive due to the parking charges that may be incurred. The traffic nature in Lebanon is normality based on forcing the motorists to use motor vehicles for easy transport when moving across the cities in Lebanon due to the difficulties associated with the mobility across the towns in Lebanon.

In mountainous regions such as Saudi Arabia, the mobility on the roads is profoundly affected due to the topography in the areas. In most of the streets in Saudi Arabia, there are usually no traffic signals on the basis that the roads on the mountainous regions hinder the mobility due to the vast set of routes being hilly. The streets are arranged in one lane all along the towns since the mobility in mountainous regions cannot support more than one pathway for transport. Therefore, the one path used for transportation in the roads across the towns of Saudi Arabia tends to hinder the mobility traits in the country.

My experience in Saudi Arabia was one of the worst moments mainly due to the caution and care that one had to take while using the roads for mobility. Regarding the fact that the single lane used in mobility was risky for travels. Saudi Arabia could not support several lanes since the mountains were so sloppy to support an outlay of the several paths to ease the mobility on the roads (Williams & Han, 2003). The single lanes on the Saudi Arabia roads were so dangerous that vehicles had to be driven at extremely low speeds for security purposes. Despite being too mountainous to support several lanes, the outline of the roads in Saudi Arabia is only advantageous based on saving parking costs, and mobility is faster as there are no congestions on the streets. However, due to the one lane in use in Saudi Arabia, I had to take extreme care while driving on the single roads for safe mobility since the single lanes are more vulnerable to accidents in the long run.


For the essence of improvising mobility in the transport sector, there is the essence of developing strategies aimed at enhancing a new mobility ecosystem. Developing a roadmap to build the needed capabilities. The mobility enterprise systems have to be arranged promptly to ease the travels on the roads. The broad scope of mobility will aid the government to prepare the versatility on the streets to be effective through developing the nature of the road to enhance the travels to be swift and more accessible. This could be done by developing car sharing applications that would enable vehicles to be machine based and drive themselves on the highways. This adoption of car sharing applications will enhance new and creative perspective that would develop the mobility models. The approval of car sharing applications in the mobility models has to enable the commuters on the roads to generate new strengths. The other strategy to enhance mobility is the development of an autonomous vehicle. For the essence of developing transit mobility, the congestion instances have to be addressed adequately by integrating the autonomous vehicle in the existing mobility channels.



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