Eric Jaffe and CityLab have come up with an interesting list of the top transportation breakthroughs of the year 2014. The positives have more long term implications on urban mobility than the few odd negatives that came up during this year. My favourites were the emergence of self-driving cars (biased maybe, haha), some European cities banning cars in the city centre, the rise on on-demand transit in Helsinki, Finland and the possibility of high speed rail entering America, in that order.

What about yours?