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The questions Grayling is failing to answer

Fundamental questions about technology will determine the future of how we travel

By Lilian Greenwood   May 2019

How can technology make it easier for us to travel from A to B? That’s the question at the heart of any discussion about intelligent mobility, and therefore central to the work of the House of Commons transport committee. The Department for Transport has been rightly criticised for recent failings but it is fundamental questions like these which will determine the future of how we travel.

New technology has been central to improving the experience for car drivers and we’re beginning to rely on apps that help us organise travel on…

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