Aside from the whole autonomous cars thing that the world is focused on, the next thing on the list is personal and shared mobility. It was recently announced that General Motors had partnered with Lyft to provide a number of GM vehicles on demand to Lyft drivers. Now, GM is taking the idea of car sharing to a whole new level through a company called Maven. Currently Maven has been running various car-sharing programs on GM campuses in the U.S., Germany, and China, but GM has announced that Maven’s car-sharing services are expanding into the public domain, with Ann Arbor, Michigan being the first metropolitan area to get the service. More areas will be included sometime later this year.