Look to the sky and build flying cars not "sucky" roads, says Steve Baxter
Written on the 13 February 2018 by Ben Hall
Queensland's chief entrepreneur Steve Baxter has called on the government to stop pouring billions of dollars into projects that make roads "suck less" and invest now in a future where most people fly to and from work every day.
"With flying cars, that journey which takes me sometimes more than an hour, will be reduced to just minutes," Baxter says.
Thrun says flying cars could be in the air within five years and Kitty Hawk is gearing up for an announcement next month.
Thrun's vision for flying cars is that they'll be booked with a smartphone app and that nobody will actually own one. He says people will share flying cars, much like Uber.
Business News Australia
Author: Ben Hall