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The next big disruption is coming. How cities can prepare for 'flying cars' 

Solutions from companies such as Uber Elevate are helping to shape new ways that people and cargo could move through the cities of the future. Image: Uber Elevate

Linda Lacina

Digital Editor, World Economic Forum

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