Hard Questions on Our Transition to Driverless Cars

It’s time for boards and executives to ask themselves hard questions about how the new mobility could affect their business models. For example:

Infrastructure. As mobility changes around us, how should we approach our master plans for airports, car parking, high-speed trains, energy, ports, toll roads, and so forth? These plans have investment horizons of 15 to 30 years or longer. What will happen to demand, pricing, and usage patterns over that horizon? How do we de-risk our investments, and how can we accommodate for different future scenarios?