• Corpus ID: 62807907

Driverless Seattle: How Cities Can Plan for Automated Vehicles

  title={Driverless Seattle: How Cities Can Plan for Automated Vehicles},
  author={Matthew Charles Bellinger and Ryan Calo and Brooks Lindsay and Emily McReynolds and Mackenzie Olson and Gaites Swanson and Boyang Sa and Feiyang Sun},

Automation-ready framework for urban transport planning

The mission of the H2020 CoEXist project is to enable mobility stakeholders to get “Automation-ready” – which CoEXist currently defines as conducting transport and infrastructure planning for conne


The potential effects that Automation may have on transport and land use are summarized in three main types of scenarios and a series of goals are identified, policy recommendations are provided, and exemplificative best practices as well as virtuous urban mobility plans are described.



Resilience through Transaction Cost Economic Evaluation: Recognizing the Cost-Effectiveness of Sustainable Development

In a step toward more economic and environmentally sustainable decision-making, this paper introduces transaction cost economics as a promising paradigm for revealing the cost-effectiveness of

Using an Activity-Based Model to Explore the Potential Impacts of Automated Vehicles

Automated vehicles (AVs) may enter the consumer market with various stages of automation in 10 years or even sooner. Meanwhile, regional planning agencies are envisioning plans for time horizons out

How Governments Can Promote Automated Driving

Steps that governments can take now to encourage the development, deployment, and use of automated road vehicles are presented and key administrative, legal, and community strategies are described.

The Value of Government Tort Liability: Washington State's Journey From Immunity to Accountability

When the Washington legislature waived sovereign immunity of state and local governmental entities, it provided that those entities shall be liable for their "tortious conduct to the same extent as

Automated Vehicles Are Probably Legal in the United States

This article (an updated version of the original 2012 working paper) provides the most comprehensive discussion to date of whether so-called automated, autonomous, self-driving, or driverless

When Autonomous Vehicles Take over the Road: Rethinking the Expansion of the Fourth Amendment in a Technology-Driven World

A man sitting on his couch in upstate New York engages an autonomous vehicle, capable of operating entirely independent from any human intervention and capable of complying with traffic laws.

The Future of Autonomous Vehicle Technology as a Public Safety Tool

Every year, clever people with wonderfully innovative ideas bring legislation to their state capitols and to Congress. They have great hope that their innovations will make the world a better place.