Here are some of the faces of Ways to Go, a group of people whose stories tell us how the car transformed the American city and how it may be transformed again.
Richard Breland lived in the 15th Ward of Syracuse, New York, an African American community that was destroyed by the construction of I-81.
Bhairavi Desai is the Executive Director of the New York Taxi Workers Alliance, which is battling against Uber to preserve taxi driving as a full-time profession.
Peter Norton is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Virginia and the author of "Fighting Traffic," a history of how the car came to dominate the American city in the early 20th Century.
Oboi Reed is the co-founder of Slow Roll Chicago and an activitst fighting to bring more equitable bike infrastructure to the South and West Sides of Chicago.
Van Robinson, President of the Syracuse Common Council, has been advocating for removing I-81 from downtown Syracuse for more than two decades.
Jashiel Valerio is one of the highest rated Uber drivers in New York City.