Self-driving cars are expected to take over the roadways in the next two decades, but the vast majority of the fleet will likely be dedicated to services and not owned by individuals, according to a new report by IHS Automotive. Mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) opportunities are becoming a new driving force for urban transportation. Essentially an extension of ride-sharing using driverless vehicles, MaaS will enable people to summon a car via an app or to be used for deliveries. MaaS also will provide car mobility services for anyone, since no driver’s license is needed. And it will be an affordable transportation means for a large portion of the global population.