How Autonomous Vehicles Will Reshape Our Cities
In a wide-ranging discussion, that includes a fascinating history of failed transportation revolutions, host Zach Adams, intellectual property litigator Jay Campbell and business lawyer Tod Northman discuss how autonomous vehicles will change our cities. From pocket calculators to Segway, high hopes for technology have produced disappointment. From autonomous vehicles, to ride sharing, to electric scooters, there is a lot of publicity about – and tremendous money behind – the mobility revolution. Will this time be different?View More
“~$1 Trillion of Real Estate Is On the Move,” January 2018 (Phil Levin author)
“Airports Cracked Uber and Lyft – Time For Cities to Take Note”, Nov. 20, 2018 (Aarian Marshall author)
“Cars and Second Order Consequences,” March 29, 2017 (Benedict Evans author)
“Minneapolis Moves to Eliminate Mandatory Parking,” Dec. 12, 2018 (Angie Schmitt author)
“No Parking Here”, January/February 2016 (Clive Thompson author)
“Segways Are Back (Sort Of),” August 30, 2018 (Jackie Endres author)
1:32 What changes will autonomous vehicles bring?
7:17 Past efforts have failed. Will this time be different?
11:09 The first signs of change in cities
13:45 As the need for parking spaces wanes, building shapes will change
17:24 First, second, and third order changes
18:46 AV further stresses the economics of mass transit
21:59 Follow the money
24:01 Challenges to AV implementation