Andrew Yang of Micromobility and Future Cities
Formerly presidentiable and New York mayoral candidate Andrew Yang really likes to ride his electric scooter. He is a major promoter of micromobility in general, among other notable ambitions such as building a national universal revenue base. He also tried to launch a new political party in America-an almost impossible task in an ideologically divided country.
This week at Gadget Lab, Lauren Goode spoke with Andrew Yang at America in Micromobility conference in Richmond, California about his plans for democracy and how cities can become more expensive on the micromobile.
Andrew Yang’s new book is called Continuation: Letters to the Future of Our Democracy.
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