Putting a weekly spotlight on mobility

In the last few weeks, we’ve seen a steady stream of driverless vehicle deployments, electric vehicle announcements and new-mobility startups revealing plans to go public.

This shows that even with the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the push into new forms of mobility has continued, and in some respects it’s accelerating. So we’re accelerating with it. As of this issue, what had been the monthly “Shift: Mobility Report” page is going weekly, with a new look and new features.

With the switch, we’ll be able to bring you more coverage of the rapidly changing world of new mobility, as the auto industry increasingly turns toward connected, autonomous, shared and electrified transportation and implements innovative business models tailored to the 21st century market. We’ll even take an occasional look into topics from smart cities and robotics to hyperloops and aerial mobility.

Shift reporters Pete Bigelow and Alexa St. John will continue to drive our coverage, and we’ll also have contributions from journalists throughout the Automotive News staff.

Shift is committed to keeping you informed on all things mobility. It is a multiplatform endeavor. Besides weekly mobility coverage in the print edition of Automotive News and daily coverage on autonews.com, our products include “Shift: A Podcast about Mobility,” featuring interviews with industry movers and shakers; a weekly email newsletter; our bimonthly Shift magazine; and events such as our Shift Mobility Forum, to be held Jan. 14 in partnership with CES.

For general information, visit autonews.com/shift. To hear the podcast, visit autonews.com/shiftpodcast, and for information on the CES event, go to autonews.com/shiftces.

The journey forward is filled with possibilities. We thank you for coming along for the ride.

You may email Leslie J. Allen at [email protected]


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