Huntsville is fortunate to have short commute times and relatively little traffic– major selling points for residents and companies that move from larger peer cities like Washington, DC and San Jose, CA. But with a growing population and federal and state transportation dollars dwindling, how are we going to handle traffic in the future, and how are we going to pay for it? Also, alternatives to the single-occupant vehicle are becoming more popular and increasing, from new technologies like carsharing apps (e.g. Uber and Lyft) and self-driving cars, to more traditional options like bicycling and transit. How is Huntsville going to face this new transportation reality? This focus group will explore possible solutions to these questions.