Self Driving Cars Will Improve Our Cities. If They Don’t Ruin Them

Robin Chase Author of Peers Inc; co-founder Veniam, vehicle mesh & co-founder former CEO Zipcar
Ten years ago I found myself standing outside the Automotive Hall of Fame in Dearborn, Michigan. I looked out over acres of glinting windshields in a packed parking lot. I’d reached this spot by driving from Ann Arbor on the I-94, where the highway sometimes reaches 12 lanes across, in a little over an hour. Public transit would have taken me three and a half hours. What would Henry Ford think, one hundred years after the birth of the car? Pride or horror?