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Each week, cities are growing by 1.5 million inhabitants. By 2050, more than two thirds of the global population will be city dwellers, up from just one third in 1950. As cities grow, the way we build and manage urban infrastructure has never been more critical to global economic and social development.
This is the urban century and cities continue to grow at pace. But there are innovations that could allow us the opportunity to reset the relationship between the car and the city. This report aims to help understand why autonomous vehicles are important for cities – setting out the potential implications from the technology, both positive and negative. And it outlines what cities can do to maximize the benefits for their citizens.
Making cities fit for the future