Before you write that article, read this:
I read Enrique every day. He knows more about more things involving technology than anyone else here and can explain it in plain language better than anyone else. And the point between the lines here is that the gas engine is going away, fast. Which means that the whole infrastructure you’re talking about will be disappearing. The technology that drives the new cars will prevent most of the accidents now occurring. You won’t have accidents because these new cars will stop them. It’s only a matter of time. And the time is rapidly approaching.
We’d still be better off if we weren’t dependent upon cars IN THE CITIES and the cities are working on that, as well, closing off streets left and right and beefing up mass transit.
I don’t get to see my neurologist until December. We don’t live in Los Angeles, you know. This is a rural community and things move VERY slowly here.