Interesting take.

Um. City buses, trains, subways? Carpooling? Don’t we already share someone else’s schedule and ride with strangers? And in theory, we could do what we do with our kids: use a bus with a special route that goes to the nearest transport station.

I do agree about the fact that the writer has not accounted for the economic fallout (like, what _are_ those doctors and nurses supposed to do for work?) On the other hand, if the shape and scope of cities change drastically in response, there will be a lot of work available in architecture and construction, among other professions.

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