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New initiative to help city mayors prepare for autonomous vehicles


Bloomberg Philanthropies and the Aspen Institute have announced the Bloomberg Aspen Initiative on Cities and Autonomous Vehicles, a new programme for leading global mayors that will work together to prepare their cities for the emergence of autonomous vehicles. The initiative will stimulate experts and data to accelerate cities’ planning efforts, and produce a set of principles and tools that participating cities, as well as cities around the world, can use to chart their own paths forward. The inaugural cities include Austin, Buenos Aires, Los Angeles, Paris, and Nashville. Five additional cities will be announced later this year. “Working together, cities and key partners will be able to ensure that the transition focuses, above all, on improving people’s lives,” said James Anderson, Head of Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Government Innovation programme.

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