Josh Kramer A comic artist’s take on what the future of transportation might really feel like. What will the transportation modes of the future feel like? Will they be utopian like Tomorrowland, with glittering, quiet, and miraculous vehicles; or gritty and dangerous, as in Blade Runner?
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Illustration by Josh Kramer When Jasmine Greene’s daughter was born about three years ago, she was living in an abandoned house. Greene, a former resident at Clark Inn – a home run by the nonprofit Samaritan Inns that provides treatment to mothers who are struggling with substance abuse – said she had been living in the empty house for about eight or nine months. But it was on a demolition list, and she said she didn’t know which day it would be torn down.