New generations are coming of age and impacting the world with new decision-making paradigms. Millennials are less interested in driving, while Boomers plan for post-driving life. Cities are becoming more attractive for all generations, while the dialogue around suburbs concerns retrofitting not expanding. Meanwhile, US culture is undergoing subtle but noticeable shifts in response to these changes.


  • How might demographic and generational shifts shape lifestyle choices, values, and citizenry?
  • How might preferences for where to live and work, and how to get around, evolve?
  • How might new technologies enable different choices for owning and driving cars?