• Cities are engaging with electric and autonomous vehicles, micromobility, autonomous services, and mobility-as-a-service.
  • Seattle, Nashville, Columbus and Washington, DC are grappling with these issues.   
  • Futuristic scenarios that can be extrapolated from present trends   
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