As values change with new generations and shifting social structures, the governments that support these communities must also change. A wide variety of trends – from polarized voting patterns to movements for collaboration or dissent – make the shape of future governance at all levels of authority less clear than in the past.
- What is the future of local government? Will regions gain greater influence or will cities and towns remain primary?
- How will governance structures and processes shift in order to meet the changing needs of the residents, workers, and visitors to the city?
- What other models and approaches can we learn from?
- Will transit and mobility services remain distinct market offerings or will organizations cooperate for greater seamless mobility?
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- A Shareable Explainer: What is a Platform Co-op? Shareable.net, August 2016
- Creative Solutions to San Francisco’s Housing Crisis, SF Public Press, Summer 2014
- Do Cities Need a Political Movement? CityLab, March 2017
- The Economic Power of Cities Compared to Nations, CityLab, March 2017