I am a country boy, through and through. I don't like crowds, or traffic congestion, or the endless hustle and bustle that entails city life. That said, I enjoy a visit to the city (either Boston or New York, I'm half way in between both) and I can see some of the appeal of living there. Yet just as “white flight” led to suburban sprawl in the late '40's and 50's, people seem to be gravitating back to cities… especially in the developing world.
Frost & Sullivan, a global consulting firm, released a study that suggests “Mega-Supercities” will drive up the demand for electric vehicles. So tell us something we don't know.