Electric, automated, on demand: What might city travel look like by 2030?

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Electric, automated, on demand: What might city travel look like by 2030?

A combination of digitisation, ever faster WiFi, and more advanced self-driving EVs could revolutionise green urban spaces - but how soon will this smart city vision be realised?

Wherever you live in the world, if you're a city dweller - as more than half of the world's population now are - you're likely to face many of the same issues. They may vary in scale, but traffic congestion,...

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