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Sam Schwartz, a.k.a. 'Gridlock Sam,' is one of the leading transportation experts in the United States today. He served as New York City's traffic commissioner and the New York City Department of Transportation's chief engineer. Schwartz currently runs Sam Schwartz Engineering and is a columnist at the New York Daily News. He has been profiled by the New Yorker, New York Times, and many other national publications. Schwartz lives in New York City and owns a Volvo that can drive without him.
Sam Schwartz does a great job of seeing the systems implications to the introduction of autonomous vehicles. No One at the Wheel helps us imagine a world with augmented driving experiences, and how this technology will change transportation as we know it. --James P. Hackett, President and CEO of Ford Motor Company No One at the Wheel is a must read for anyone in business, public policy, education or planning to live in the future. Sam is simply brilliant! --Jim Simpson, transportation entrepreneur and former Transportation Administrator at the United States Department of Transportation No One At The Wheel gives a balanced primer on the good, the bad and the ugly potential for autonomous vehicles, but with a dose of critical history and great storytelling. Read this book if you want to shape the future vs. let it happen to you. --Gabe Klein, author of Start-Up City, co-founder of CityFi, and former Commissioner of the Chicago and Washington DC Departments of Transportation This is an excellent book. Sam Schwartz is a giant who has spent a career doing all he can to deliver transportation services that improve the quality of lives. A must-read! --Alain Kornhauser, host of Smart Driving Cars and professor at Princeton University Cities need fewer futurists to marvel about transportation technology and more street sages like Sam Schwartz to keep sight of our urban fundamentals. No One at the Wheel tells us how to take cities off of autopilot and shape the driverless future we want to see on our streets. --Janette Sadik-Khan, author of Street Fight and former Commissioner of the New York City Department of Transportation It's safe to say that few people on the planet know more about guiding vehicles from place to place than Schwartz, an engineer who served as New York City's traffic commissioner for years...An invigorating bit of future-trend prognosticating, generally positive, if warning direly of global gridlock if trends continue. Urban planners, architects, and transportation activists will definitely want to take note. --Kirkus This is an essential treatise on a technology whose development and regulation will have an impact on 'the future health of people, economies, cities, and more. --Publishers Weekly, Starred Review [Schwartz] knows everything about how cars and people don't get along, having been on the front lines. This book - written in an earnest, conversational style - is his attempt to grapple with a fresh threat that's appeared after decades of progress.... If we heed Gridlock Sam and this valuable, humane book as we move toward a future in which we largely surrender the wheel, we can avoid messing up again. --New York Times Book Review