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Do Driverless Cars Favor Urban or Suburban Life?

Here are two competing theories of how the coming transportation revolution could impact American life. One possibility is that easy mobility—driverless cars, on-demand deliveries, and the like—will dull the pains of suburban life. The long commute, the wasted driving time, the difficulty of running out for a carton of milk—the inconvenience and expense of the subdivision will be melted away by hot new technology.
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