On Self-Driving Cars, Cities, and Aviation
Zak Slayback

There are two major problems with your predictions: they completely ignore folks who don’t live in places where Uber is feasible, and they don’t deal at all with trips by car that are not practical by air because of, say, needing to haul an SUV-load of stuff as well as the people. Folks who live in small to medium sized rural towns, like my current home of Fairmont, Minnesota, don’t have easy access to Uber or the like — and probably won’t for years, if ever.

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