The future of cities and the planet will depend in large part on the successful adoption of new generations of electric vehicles as clean, efficient, fast, and convenient modes of transport. Experts believe that with their help, we can finally tame endless traffic jams and the air quality problem in cities. But will their convenience become a reason for people to hop into driverless vehicles en masse, and bring about new transportation problems?
Partner, Senior Manager of Systematica Mobility Thinklab Srl
Member of the Steering Committee of the Global Water Partner
Senior Partner Mobility In Chain
Head of Strategy - World Resource Institute for Urban Transport, Ross Center
Head of the Institute of Transport Economics and Transport Policy of the Higher School of Economics
Head of Innovation Policy, Economic Commission for Europe, UN