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Urban Aerial Mobility – or ‘flying cars’ – could present a more flexible way for cities to invest in future infrastructure, says WEF. Cities can help shape how this technology will be implemented and how it will impact their communities.

To understand what’s needed, Agenda spoke with Harrison Wolf, the World Economic Forum’s Lead for Aerospace and Drones. Wolf is helping to drive the launch of a special set of principles for the urban sky to guide cities around the world. Los Angeles is set to implement these principles, and collaborations with other cities will follow. Wolf explains why cities need to shape this new disruption and what’s key to keep in mind. Read the interview here.

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