With the rapid increase in population in the cities, day by day, urban mobility will be the key to sustainable development in the cities of the future. For efficient urban mobility and a manageable traffic density, local governments, car manufacturers, transportation companies, public and private entities are now utilizing Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). Developments in mobile applications, autonomous and electric vehicles, Internet of things (IoT), technologies to create smart cities such as data collection and saving, and information technologies, have all contributed to improving smart mobility. Smart Mobility describes IT-supported and integrated transportation systems. It is comprised of sustainable, secure and interconnected transportation systems, including multimodal transport modes like the metro which includes trams, buses and trains; and other transportation modes such as cars, bicycles and pedestrians. Actively using technology to manage the Transportation Systems creates a connection between vehicles to build a transportation network that is integrated and interactive; it also enhances the efficacy of traffic and parking lot management. Intelligent Transportation Systems provide advantages to cities such as, collecting traffic data, providing transportation information, optimizing traffic flow by managing mobility at points such as intersections (where traffic is directed - vehicles, public transport, emergency vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians). Smart Mobility envisions comfort and security; it is environment-friendly, human-oriented, and it is a compact integrated transportation system. Smart Mobility is also an area of lucrative investment in public transportation such as rail systems, smart transportation technologies and utilities.