Londoners in 2050 won't need cars. They'll be living in an app-powered eco-capital

Michael Liebreich, a member of our Green conservatism project's advisory board, has written in the Daily Telegraph about his vision for a sustainable London in 2050. This essay was originally commissioned for Bright Blue and Localis's essay collection, The Future of London 2050. He predicts that by 2050 private car ownership in London will decline significantly.

Here's an excerpt:

Private cars have had a good century: they have dominated our streets, for good and for bad, but they palpably going out of fashion in cities around the world.

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