GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — West Michigan will soon get an opportunity to weigh in on the future of transportation, as Ford brings its City of Tomorrow Challenge to Grand Rapids.
The automaker is trying to determine what roles ride-sharing, ride-hailing and connected vehicles will play in the future of transportation.
They’re taking those questions to people like Mike Ogg.
“I think give it ten years and we won’t be having a steering wheel no more,” said Ogg, who drives for mobile food service company, JoyRun.
Grand Rapids will join Pittsburgh and Miami-Dade as the third city in Ford's City of Tomorrow Challenge.
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