The editors of Autonomous Vehicle Technology asked top executives of vehicle technology and thought leaders on the built environment to contribute the latest thinking on the future, benefits, and challenges for vehicle autonomy, connectivity, electrification, and mobility services—as well as the broader transportation ecosystem. What follows for the next 27 pages are what’s in store for vehicle autonomy, including artificial intelligence and cybersecurity, the importance of simulation in the development and deployment process, enabling robust testing and validation, and fleet orchestration to deliver a successful autonomous mobility service. On the vehicle sensor side, we look at rethinking and demystifying LiDAR as well as Smart Cities and V2X thermal imaging. On a higher level of abstraction are connected data initiatives, 5G connectivity, and the vital role of tech development ecosystems. For electric vehicles, in-wheel motors with active suspension show promise for autonomous fleets. On the built environment side, we look at reclaiming urban spaces for people and an innovative public private partnership for forward-thinking intelligent transit.