Carpool-as-a-Service Market Booming Globally with Leading Key Players like Uber, BlaBlaCar …

Uber, BlaBlaCar, Wunder Carpool, Karos, Carma, SPLT (Splitting Fares), Waze Carpool, Shared Rides (Lyft Line), Via Transportation, Zimride by …

Carpooling is the sharing of car journeys so that more than one person travels in a car, and prevents the need for others to have to drive to a location themselves. The global Carpool-as-a-Service market is valued at 3483.92 million USD in 2019 and is expected to reach 11426.02 million USD by the end of 2027, growing at a CAGR of 16% between 2019 and 2027.

The Carpool-as-a-service Market report offers detailed competitive landscape of the global market. It includes company, market share analysis, and product portfolio of the major industry participants. The report provides detailed segmentation of the Carpool-as-a-service market based on product, technology, end user and region.

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Top Key Players Covered:

Uber, BlaBlaCar, Wunder Carpool, Karos, Carma, SPLT (Splitting Fares), Waze Carpool, Shared Rides (Lyft Line), Via Transportation, Zimride by Enterprise, Scoop Technologies, Ola Share, SRide, Meru Carpool, Grab, Ryde, Didi Chuxing, Dida Chuxing

The main goal of Global Carpool-as-a-service Market report is to provide a clear picture and a better understanding of the market. Additionally, it also covers the overall market situation along with future lookout around the world. In addition, This Report study offers a comprehensive study of the key market dynamics and their latest trends, along with applicable market segments and sub-segments.

For the purpose of the study, the global Carpool-as-a-service market has been analyzed across the global regions such as North America, Latin America, Asia-Pacific, Middle East, Africa, and Europe. It gives more focus on developing countries for the detailed elaboration of global market demand. On the regional front, global opportunities have been explored in developing and developed countries.

Market Segmentation:

Carpool-as-a-Service Market by Type Coverage

  • Online Carpooling Platforms,
  • App-based Carpooling

Carpool-as-a-Service Market by Application Coverage

  • For Business,
  • For Individuals,
  • For Schools

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This specific report offers in-depth insights for boosting the performance of the companies. The utilization and increasing needs of travel tech are and will drive the global Carpool-as-a-Service Market in the forecast period. It incorporates massive data of target market with respect to various terminologies. With the help of a research report, various readers can formulate complex business decisions by evaluating challenges in front of the businesses.

In the concluding part of the Carpool-as-a-Service Market report, it offers an overall understanding of subject major in the reference of several market attributes. Similarly, different subsection offers insightful views from different c level professionals.

In This Study, The Years Considered To Estimate The Size Of Carpool-as-a-Service Market Are As Follows:

  • History Year: 2015-2018
  • Base Year: 2018
  • Estimated Year: 2019
  • Forecast Year 2019 to 2026

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Hyperloop Technology Market Outlook 2019 | Industry Size & Share, Insights, Growth Analysis …

The “Hyperloop Technology Market” Research Report provides internal and external data and expert surveys in the Hyperloop Technology industry.
  • Hyperloop is expected to be the fifth mode of transport in the future. At present, hyperloop is in a development stage, and a number of companies have started testing this technology. The scope of the study covers segmentation by system type and by carriage type. The system type segmentation includes capsule, tube, propulsion system and other systems while the carriage type includes passenger and cargo/freight.

    Key questions answered in the report include:

    • What will the market size and the growth rate be in 2024?
    • What are the key factors driving the global Hyperloop Technology market?
    • What are the key market trends impacting the growth of the global Hyperloop Technology market?
    • What are the challenges to market growth?
    • Who are the key vendors in the global Hyperloop Technology market?
    • What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the vendors in the global Hyperloop Technology market?
    • Trending factors influencing the market shares of the relevant regions.
    • What are the key outcomes of the five forces analysis of the global Hyperloop Technology market?

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    Market Dynamics: –

    • Drivers: (Developing regions and growing markets)
    • Limitations: (Regional, Key Player facing Issues, Future Barriers for growth)
    • Opportunities: (Regional, Growth Rate, Competitive, Consumption)

    The report provides key statistics on the market status of the Hyperloop Technology Market manufacturers and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the Hyperloop Technology.

    Key Market Trends:

    Tube Segment is anticipated to Lead the Market

    The tube segment is anticipated to lead the market in the system type segmentation. Tube is a tunnel or an encapsulated pathway or track, where hyperloop pod travels. The tube is contained with near vacuum pressure to reduce the air drag on capsule motion. The near vacuum atmosphere in the tube is controlled by installing vacuum/pressure/evacuating pumps at regular intervals along the tube length and maintaining a pressure of around 5 to 6 pounds per square inch. Currently, these tubes are made of steel. Hyperloop tubes would be either constructed above or below the ground, occupying a smaller area than a traditional rail or road. Above the ground tubes are supported by pylons, and each tube is welded or bolted together in a side by side configuration, which allows the capsule/pod to travel in both directions. So far the constructed hyperloop tubes are above the ground due to the following benefits:

    Tube erection on pillars above the ground provided benefits of saving money, provision of protection from earthquakes, snowfall, and rainfall, and allowed the installation of solar panels on top of the tube.

    The energy obtained from these solar panels is used to satisfy the operational need of the hyperloop, as power generated through the solar panels is much more than the power consumed by propulsion and evacuating pumps. Additionally, the solar energy can be stored in battery packs for operation during cloudy and rainy conditions, and during nights.

    In 2018, the third hyperloop test track was noticed under construction. Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HyperloopTT) has started assembling its tubes for constructing a 1-kilometer-long test track near its R&D center in France.

    Asia-Pacific is leading the Hyperloop Technology Market

    Asia-Pacific is likely to lead the hyperloop technology market, globally. China is expanding its transportation network rapidly and trying to bring down the costs related to freight hauling. Being a developing country, China spends about 15% of its GDP on logistics, which makes it incompetent compared to the West, where the average stands at around 10%-12% of the GDP. Hyperloop technology can transport goods at a fraction of the time taken by conventional road or rail transport. India is inviting companies from other countries to come to India to transform the hyperloop technology inrealitylty. Asia-Pacific is followed by Europe. The United Kingdom shows a tremendous potential for the implementation of hyperloop system, as the country’s current transportation systems are operating beyond the capacity. This is because of London being a congested city, with over one million people travelling across central London each working day, increasing its daytime population six times.

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    Detailed TOC of Hyperloop Technology Market Report 2019-2024:

    1 INTRODUCTION

    1.1 Study Deliverables

    1.2 Study Assumptions

    1.3 Scope of the Study

    2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

    3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

    4 MARKET DYNAMICS

    4.1 Market Overview

    4.2 Market Drivers

    4.3 Market Restraints

    4.4 Porters Five Forces Analysis

    4.4.1 Threat of New Entrants

    4.4.2 Bargaining Power of Buyers/Consumers

    4.4.3 Bargaining Power of Suppliers

    4.4.4 Threat of Substitute Products

    4.4.5 Intensity of Competitive Rivalry

    5 MARKET SEGMENTATION

    5.1 By System Type

    5.1.1 Capsule

    5.1.2 Tube

    5.1.3 Propulsion System

    5.1.4 Other System Types

    5.2 By Carriage Type

    5.2.1 Passenger

    5.2.2 Cargo/Freight

    5.3 Geography

    5.3.1 North America

    5.3.2 Europe

    5.3.3 Asia-Pacific

    5.3.4 Rest of the World

    6 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

    6.1 Market Share Analysis

    6.2 Company Profiles

    6.2.1 Hyperloop Transportation Technologies

    6.2.2 Hyperloop One

    6.2.3 Transpod Inc.

    6.2.4 Dinclix GroundWorks

    6.2.5 Hardt Global Mobility

    6.2.6 Zeleros Hyperloop

    6.2.7 Hyper Chariot

    6.2.8 Tesla Inc.

    7 MARKET OPPORTUNITIES AND FUTURE TRENDS

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    Scoop: This Carpooling Company Just Raised $60 Million And Signed A Deal With Bedrock In Detroit

    Returning investors Index Ventures, Signia Venture Partners, Workday Ventures, and G2VP also joined the round. Including this round, Scoop has …
    • Scoop, largest enterprise carpooling solution in the country, announced recently that it raised $60 million and the company launched in Detroit in partnership with Bedrock

    Scoop — the largest enterprise carpooling solution in the country — announced it has raised $60 million in funding. This round of funding was led by Activate Capital with new investors including NGP Capital, BNP Paribas, and Total Ventures. Returning investors Index Ventures, Signia Venture Partners, Workday Ventures, and G2VP also joined the round. Including this round, Scoop has raised more than $106 million in funding.

    This funding round comes at a time of rapid growth for the company. Ever since the company launched in 2015, Scoop has the go-to enterprise carpooling solution for employers as the company has partnered with more than 55 innovative companies including LinkedIn, Workday, and T-Mobile to mitigate the commute’s impact on their workforces.

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    Scoop recently launched in Detroit in partnership with Bedrock. Now Scoop is operating in more than 2,000 cities around the country and is planning to expand rapidly to other major metro areas impacted by rising congestion and drive alone rates.

    “We continue to be impressed by Scoop’s ability to create deeply meaningful impact for both their customers and commuters,” said Activate Capital managing director Raj Atluru. “We strongly believe that Scoop will continue to be the go-to solution for enterprises across the country that want to diversify mobility options in order to better attract, engage, and retain top talent. Scoop is at the forefront of re-imagining the employee commute, and we look forward to working with them as they deliver on this truly unique and innovative service.”

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    In order to guide its expansion, Scoop will invest in its team to ensure the product best serves both customers and carpoolers. Plus the company added Bill Thayer to its executive team as Chief Revenue Officer to accelerate enterprise adoption and meet the requirements of some of the fastest-growing and most innovative companies in the world. Thayer spent over two decades in the energy sector first as American Power Conversion in several senior leadership, management, and sales roles. And prior to joining Scoop, he served as Executive Vice President of Sales at fuel cell manufacturer Bloom Energy.

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    “We’re thrilled to partner with both our investors and customers to help improve what is often one of the worst parts of all of our days: our commutes,” added Scoop co-founder and CEO Robert Sadow. “We look forward to aggressively expanding across the United States in order to meaningfully impact quality of life for commuters everywhere.”

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    Ride Hailing Giants Continue Fight Against California’s ‘Gig’ Workers Bill

    In June, the CEOs of Uber ($UBER) and Lyft ($LYFT) penned an op-ed in the San Francisco Chronicle, arguing that a change to the employment …

    Ride sharing companies are pushing back against California’s Assembly Bill 5, a proposed piece of legislation that would require employers to treat independent contractors — like Lyft and Uber drivers — as regular employees.

    The companies claim that AB-5, which is still winding its way through the Sacramento Statehouse, would jeopardize their business models and hurt workers by limiting the much-loved flexibility inherent in their jobs.

    We want to “create a structure that both allows the continued flexibility and also provides baseline protections, benefits, and avenues for workers’ voices,” said Loni Mahanta, Lyft’s vice president of policy development and research, in an interview Thursday. She added that AB-5 would not accomplish such goals.

    Ride-hailing giants have been lobbying for months to stave off the legislation; even paying some drivers to rally against the bill.

    In June, the CEOs of Uber ($UBER) and Lyft ($LYFT) penned an op-ed in the San Francisco Chronicle, arguing that a change to the employment classification of their drivers would “pose a risk” to their businesses. They ceded, however, that the “status quo can and should be improved.”

    Uber, which went public in May, also noted in filings with federal regulators that one risk to its business model was “legislation or judicial decisions” that would require drivers to be treated as employees. Such a change, the company said, would have a significant “adverse effect on our business and financial condition.”

    Yet lawmakers and several labor rights groups have come out in support of the bill. Securing solid employment status, they say, is essential for guaranteeing workers rights, such as workplace protections, insurance benefits, and paid sick leave, among others.

    “There are a lot of laws that we have in place that companies right now are skirting by, saying their workers are independent contractors,” California Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez told Cheddar last week.

    Lyft and other peer-to-peer companies, however, say their opposition is not just out of concern for their bottom line. “What we hear from drivers, over and over again, is that the most important piece of what Lyft offers is the ability to work if, and when, they want,” Mahanta said.

    On the other hand, Gonzalez, who wrote and introduced AB-5 last December, said “flexibility is always in the hands of the employer … that is up to the company to allow that.”

    While the legislation is a state matter of significant importance to the many San Francisco-based companies, AB-5 has also received national attention — especially after receiving two major endorsements from Democratic 2020 hopefuls Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts.

    In an op-ed in the San Francisco Chronicle in May, Sanders said that because of the “independent contractor” classification, gig economy workers are “being denied basic workplace protections and a fighting chance to obtain higher wages,” despite working full time.

    Just last week, Warren threw her full support behind AB-5, writing in an op-ed in the Sacramento Bee that the gig economy’s misclassification of workers fits into the centuries-old tradition “in which big, powerful entities exploit labor laws to boost their bottom lines.”

    Warren also countered against company-sponsored alternatives, saying such approaches “would do little but sow confusion and uncertainty by adding other, still undefined, classes of workers whose rights are unclear – and perhaps unenforceable.”

    Yet other opponents, such as the California Chamber of Commerce, said the bill would “undercut the innovation of a business model” that has spurred economic growth in the state.

    AB-5 was passed overwhelmingly by the California State Assembly in May and is currently being debated in the state Senate. In a statement to Cheddar, a spokesperson for California Gov. Gavin Newsom said that “if and when this bill reaches the Governor’s desk it will be evaluated on its merits.”

    “Some things are obvious. If you work for a company — you’re doing the work of that company — you are an employee and you should benefit the same way every other employee does,” Gonzalez added.

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    Assembly Bill 5 could radically change the gig economy in the home state for ride-hailing services, California. The bill which passed the state …

    Ride sharing companies are pushing back against California’s Assembly Bill 5, a proposed piece of legislation that would require employers to treat independent contractors — like Lyft and Uber drivers — as regular employees.

    The companies claim that AB-5, which is still winding its way through the Sacramento Statehouse, would jeopardize their business models and hurt workers by limiting the much-loved flexibility inherent in their jobs.

    We want to “create a structure that both allows the continued flexibility and also provides baseline protections, benefits, and avenues for workers’ voices,” said Loni Mahanta, Lyft’s vice president of policy development and research, in an interview Thursday. She added that AB-5 would not accomplish such goals.

    Ride-hailing giants have been lobbying for months to stave off the legislation; even paying some drivers to rally against the bill.

    In June, the CEOs of Uber ($UBER) and Lyft ($LYFT) penned an op-ed in the San Francisco Chronicle, arguing that a change to the employment classification of their drivers would “pose a risk” to their businesses. They ceded, however, that the “status quo can and should be improved.”

    Uber, which went public in May, also noted in filings with federal regulators that one risk to its business model was “legislation or judicial decisions” that would require drivers to be treated as employees. Such a change, the company said, would have a significant “adverse effect on our business and financial condition.”

    Yet lawmakers and several labor rights groups have come out in support of the bill. Securing solid employment status, they say, is essential for guaranteeing workers rights, such as workplace protections, insurance benefits, and paid sick leave, among others.

    “There are a lot of laws that we have in place that companies right now are skirting by, saying their workers are independent contractors,” California Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez told Cheddar last week.

    Lyft and other peer-to-peer companies, however, say their opposition is not just out of concern for their bottom line. “What we hear from drivers, over and over again, is that the most important piece of what Lyft offers is the ability to work if, and when, they want,” Mahanta said.

    On the other hand, Gonzalez, who wrote and introduced AB-5 last December, said “flexibility is always in the hands of the employer … that is up to the company to allow that.”

    While the legislation is a state matter of significant importance to the many San Francisco-based companies, AB-5 has also received national attention — especially after receiving two major endorsements from Democratic 2020 hopefuls Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts.

    In an op-ed in the San Francisco Chronicle in May, Sanders said that because of the “independent contractor” classification, gig economy workers are “being denied basic workplace protections and a fighting chance to obtain higher wages,” despite working full time.

    Just last week, Warren threw her full support behind AB-5, writing in an op-ed in the Sacramento Bee that the gig economy’s misclassification of workers fits into the centuries-old tradition “in which big, powerful entities exploit labor laws to boost their bottom lines.”

    Warren also countered against company-sponsored alternatives, saying such approaches “would do little but sow confusion and uncertainty by adding other, still undefined, classes of workers whose rights are unclear – and perhaps unenforceable.”

    Yet other opponents, such as the California Chamber of Commerce, said the bill would “undercut the innovation of a business model” that has spurred economic growth in the state.

    AB-5 was passed overwhelmingly by the California State Assembly in May and is currently being debated in the state Senate. In a statement to Cheddar, a spokesperson for California Gov. Gavin Newsom said that “if and when this bill reaches the Governor’s desk it will be evaluated on its merits.”

    “Some things are obvious. If you work for a company — you’re doing the work of that company — you are an employee and you should benefit the same way every other employee does,” Gonzalez added.

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