Articles by Dan Albert

Jul 08, 2020

Henry Ford, Allan Nevins, and the Making of History

Although aca­d­e­m­ic his­to­ri­ans of the last gen­er­a­tion have giv­en voice to new per­spec­tives and the­o­ries of his­tor­i­cal change around Ford, the text­book view has not strayed far from the nar­ra­tive con­struct­ed by Ford’s biographers.

May 01, 2020

Commuting After Covid

Mobility in the Pandemic Future

I don’t pre­dict, but I hope, that we move for­ward inten­tion­al­ly, with a vision of how we build a trans­porta­tion sys­tem to serve the soci­ety as we want it to be.

Apr 01, 2020

Connected World

It took a pandemic to halt NYC’s unfair crackdown on delivery workers’ e-bikes

The work­ers who rides these for­bid­den e‑bikes are most­ly Chi­nese and Lat­inx, many of them immi­grants, some undoc­u­ment­ed. When offi­cers nab a rid­er, they issue a $500 fine and impound the bike.

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Mar 29, 2020

Driverless Car Journal

The First 100 Days

Liv­ing the future in my first robot car.

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Mar 02, 2020

Hogan's Magic Highways

HOT lanes aren’t sexy, but they’re all the rage among highwaymen.

HOT lanes aren’t sexy, but they’re all the rage among highwaymen.