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Silicon Valley Automotive Open Source Message Board › SARTRE Project Concludes, Reveals Blissful Future of Car Travel

SARTRE Project Concludes, Reveals Blissful Future of Car Travel

Henry P.
Petaluma, CA
Post #: 6
Road train update:­
Rudolf J S.
Mountain View, CA
Post #: 9
All the efforts geared towards automating driving so that you can do other things while traveling in your car do certainly address the need that people prefer individual transportation over public transportation because of flexibility, privacy, point-to-point etc. while seeking to mitigate the environmental impact of individual traffic.

According to all of these efforts and the people commenting on them, the majority of the people driving every day really must dislike driving and would prefer doing other things while traveling but take it as the lesser evil to public transportation. So, a different angle of solving the problem could be to make public transportation more enjoyable.

BTW, I personally do enjoy driving. I simply like it (most of the time).

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