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Along for the Ride - Issue #49

Happy Hump-Day subscribers! For your mid-week highs and lows, and I gift to you my longest newslette
Along for the Ride - Issue #49
By Sarah Barnes • Issue #49 • View online
Happy Hump-Day subscribers!
For your mid-week highs and lows, and I gift to you my longest newsletter ever. It actually warrants an apology, there’s a lot packed in here from the past few weeks. My two favourite are at the top, but there’s lots to deconstruct and consider throughout each section.
I’m taking a short hiatus until the end of August, while I enjoy a holiday with family. I hope your Augusts are filled with time spent with loved ones, ice cream, and afternoon naps after a day spent absorbing Vitamin D. We will *finally* return to weekly newsletters (w/ editorial glitz) after this break!

Reads of the Week
Was the Automotive Era a Terrible Mistake?
Government and Policy
This is how Self-Driving Cars Will Change Our Cities, According to Urban Planners.
Uber's Blueprint for Safe Self-Driving Cars it Wants the Rest of the Industry to Follow.
Research and Academia
In a World of Autonomous Vehicles, This is Why We'll Need More Public Transport Than Ever.
That’s all from me friends – have a beautiful last spot of Summer, and I’ll see you on the other end.
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This weekly newsletter on AVs and Urbanism is curated weekly by Sarah Barnes, a transport nerd based in London, UK.

The newsletter encourages new conversations about AVs, which focus on people, equity, design and the cities we want to (and need to) be building for the future. This newsletter grew out of previous research and is a pet project I lovingly create for fun.

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