Factors and barriers to the development of smart urban mobility - the perspective of Polish medium-sized cities
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The main purpose of this paper is to indicate factors and barriers to the development of smart mobility in Polish medium-sized cities. A combination of three methods was used (mind mapping, STEEP analysis, and panel discussion). They were carried out during expert workshops with the participation of representatives and presidents of 14 cities, during the 4th Industrial Forum in Karpacz, December 2019. The paper first presents the general concept of the smart city and smart mobility development. Then, the most important factors and barriers to the development of smart mobility in Poland were formulated on the basis of the research. The article has important value from the point of view of urban study researchers and city governance practitioners. The results from the study would be of interest to those in similar settings, as it contributes with valuable insights on how the chances of implementing smart mobility assumptions are perceived in the opinion of medium-sized cities’ representatives. The paper contributes to the knowledge of city governance and new business model managers (data-based services). It helps to recognize and consider uncertainties they are likely to face.
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