VIEW Transportation and the Challenge of Future-Proofing Our Cities

So how does a city manager, urban planner or elected local official plan for transportation’s uncertain future? ” I think the larger context for planning or governing of any kind is really the process of managing change,” said Tregoning. “Certainly we all live in places that are in part the product of the most disruptive technology of the 20th century, the automobile.”
If, as Shakespeare noted, the past is indeed prologue, then some serious work needs to be done to avoid turning our cities over wholesale to the autonomous car as we did with the automobile.