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Interesting point. Its hard to see the current Western mobility model becoming “sustainable”, even if EV’s had no carbon footprint. I agree with the author that in order for mobility systems to be sustainable moving towards more creating more walkable cities and greater reliance on public transit needs to be a bigger focus.