Self-Driving Cars Could Come to Manhattan

Failing to embrace the emerging automation could leave the state behind, according to a recent study conducted by the Regional Plan Association, an urban research and advocacy organization. But there are risks, according to the report’s findings. The technology, if not implemented well, the study cautions, has the potential to be yet another disrupter — much like Uber, the ride-hailing app that has sent the taxi industry spiraling and ratcheted up congestion in many places.

Read the full article in the New York Times.