New Mobility and the Future of City Design
Combined with ride-sharing services, driverless vehicles could dramatically impact the way we design our cities—for better or worse. We have the opportunity to reverse decades of design practices that have prioritized the movement of automobiles over people. However, this disruption could also produce a new kind of auto-centric future that is more sprawling, less healthy, and just as congested. This panel will discuss how cities should address these questions.
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- How should cities plan for the future of mobility? What roles should tech and policy play?
- What impact could autonomous ridesharing services have on public transit, equity, and health?
- What are some of the most progressive and creative ideas related to future urban design?
Ben Holland, Senior Associate, Rocky Mountain Institute