Henry Grabar questions our faith in automated vehicles as a panacea for our urban problems.
“It is essentially the same problem American cities have had for a century: Driving is too cheap to account for its costs—the deaths, the pollution, the sprawl, the gargantuan investment in roads, and all the wasted time. Driverless cars will solve old problems and create new ones. But why would a nation of driverless car owners be any more likely to confront them than we were?”

 

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How Will Self-Driving Cars Change Cities?, Slate

 

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