Courtesy Curbed

According to a proposed transportation strategy report called Urban Mobility in a Digital Age by the Goldhirsh Foundation and local non-profit Mayor's Fund of Los Angeles, the City of Angels could feasibly make use of self-driving vehicles, and on-demand sharing services in the near future. Vehicular traffic contributes greatly to greenhouse emissions each year, and personal cars are the preferred mode of transportation in LA.

"One underlying goal is clear across the board: To use emerging technology to make our transportation system so robust and responsive, Angelenos won’t need privately owned, single-occupancy cars—and we won’t need to devote 14 percent of all land in Los Angeles County to parking them, " says the Curbed article.

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