The business of transportation is evolving faster than ever, and the next 10 years will reveal the biggest changes yet. Here's everything you need to know
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- It has been more than a century since the first automobiles rolled off production lines in America and Europe. Since then, the transportation industry has experienced the natural ebbs and flows of business -the evolution of which has been swift and, at times, unruly.
- In that span of time, carmakers have come and gone, technologies have emerged and fizzled, and companies have pivoted with ever-changing customer demands.
- Along the way, the transportation business has expanded to meet new challenges and created sub-industries that encompass mass transit, shipping and logistics, space exploration, air travel, micro-mobility, manufacturing, and more.
- Business Insider's transportation team is following all of the latest developments in a new series called "On the Radar," a collection of stories, analysis, and interviews revealing exactly what you can expect as the transportation business undergoes its biggest reinvention over the next 10 years. You can read all of our On the Radar coverage on Prime.
More than 100 years since the first automobiles were produced in America and Europe, the business of transportation has experienced rapid change.Along the way, the transportation business has also expanded to meet new challenges and created sub-industries that seek to reinvent everything from mass transit to shipping and logistics, space exploration, airline travel, micro-mobility, manufacturing, and more.
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