Electric vehicles are well and good. So are autonomous ones. But unless these modes of transportation are combined, shared, accessible and affordable, more harm may be done than good when it comes to underserved communities, according to a new report.
The paper, published by The Greenlining Institute, lays out a best- and worst-case scenario – a “heaven” or an alternate “hell” for the future of mobility depending on whether the poor, elderly, disabled, and people of color are prioritized in the coming transportation revolution.
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