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Shaping Future Mobility

A big goal for Michigan economic planners is to position the state to capitalize on its transportation technology know-how for tomorrow's mobility solutions, says Doug Smith, senior vice president for the Michigan Economic Development Corp.

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A big goal for Michigan economic planners is to position the state to capitalize on its transportation technology know-how for tomorrow's mobility solutions, says Doug Smith, senior vice president for the Michigan Economic Development Corp.

The future of transportation isn't just about cars, Smith asserts. It's about how people, services and things will get from one place to another. He says the innovation that drives tomorrow's transportation options will focus on connectivity and autonomous cars.

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