The Disruptive Nature of Automated Mobility as a Service

In response to social, demographic and technological changes, the car industry is working around the clock to develop self-driving cars. As companies like Google and Tesla continue to innovate, automated mobility is poised to become a reality. What socioeconomic changes might accompany the rise of autonomous vehicles? Read about a series of potential impacts that Eric Verhulst from MOVE FORWARD proposes as well cases in favour and against self-driving cars.

*Image from Back to the Future III

Dameun Kim

Dameun Kim is an urban planner. She aims to connect different aspects of city planning through her interdisciplinary experience in planning and engineering. Her interests in adaptation strategies to climate change and physical planning led her to Vancouver, after her prolonged expedition in three continents.

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