The Rest Of The Story On Robot Cars

NetDensity (Brendon Slotterback) The Rest Of The Story On Robot Cars is less sanguine (though still net positive) about the prospects of robot cars, as is Brad Templeton.

I would just note (a) I like cities (by which I mean a dense concentration of activities), (b) I think cities are a nice solution to the accessibility problem, but (c) cities are not the objective, accessibility is.

Also, I am suspicious of the claims about environmental and public health effects of the suburbs, especially after concomitant electrification of vehicles.

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