As ride-hailing firms drive into the future, who is being left behind?

Proactive governance is needed now to ensure that mobility services are as inclusive as possible Image: REUTERS/Robert Galbraith

Joanna Moody

Ph.D. Research Program Manager, Mobility Systems Center, MIT Energy Initiative, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Scott Middleton

Planning and Research Analyst, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Amitai Bin-Nun

Director of the Autonomous Vehicle Initiative, Securing America's Future Energy (SAFE)

Maya Ben Dror

Industry Manager, Automotive and New Mobility, World Economic Forum Geneva


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