Jarrett Walker on Flying Cars
Walker contemplates the implications of the science fiction staple that continues to fascinate and engage writers and technologists.
The Imagined Bay Area of 2070: Affordable, Equitable, Prosperous
An opinion published recently by the San Francisco Chronicle offers a provocative thought exercise: How did the Bay Area of 2070 achieve affordability, equity, sustainability and adaptation in the face of climate change, and new levels of prosperity?
Still No Flying Cars: The Underwhelming Progress of Autonomous Vehicles
While we're still far from a Jetsons-style reality, understated autonomous features could be the key to safer transportation.
Toyota Wants to Build the City of the Future in Japan
Toyota plans to break ground on the "Woven City" future city prototype in 2021.
A Transit Consultant's Take on Flying Cars
A journalist asked, so Jarrett Walker answered.
How the City Planners of Tomorrow Will Differ From City Planners Today
The world is changing, and city planners are changing along with it.
Upcoming Conference to Imagine Planning in 2052
The 'degrowth' concept at the heart of Planning 2052 recalls the Club of Rome’s publication of "The Limits to Growth" in 1972.
Sidewalks and Footpaths 'Functionally Obsolete' in the Near Transportation Future
With so much attention devoted to how technology will change roadways and vehicles, less speculation has attended to the ways technology will change walking.
Autonomous vehicles have many evangelists, but perhaps they need more skeptics.
Are You Ready for a Sky Full of Autonomous Flying Taxis?
Some lucky people could be flying over traffic in autonomous drones within two years, according to a media blitz this morning.
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