Omaha catches the public interest design bug.
Autonomous cars could benefit the elderly, ease commuter hardships and even, paradoxically, reduce dependence on cars. Alternately, they could simply enhance the preferences of both urban and suburban dwellers.
For the last three decades, the exurban counties on the fringe of the Twin Cities metropolitan area have been among the fastest growing counties in Minnesota. But last year, thanks to both Baby Boomers and Milleanials, that growth has slowed dramatically.