People’s attitudes toward automated vehicle and transit integration: case study of small urban areas

  title={People’s attitudes toward automated vehicle and transit integration: case study of small urban areas},
  author={Yu Song and Madhav V. Chitturi and Christopher McCahill and David A. Noyce},
  journal={Transportation Planning and Technology},
  pages={449 - 469}
ABSTRACT Previous surveys of people’s attitudes toward automated vehicles (AVs) and transit integration have primarily taken place in large urban areas. AV-transit integration also has a great potential in small urban areas. This paper is based on a survey of people’s attitudes towards AV-transit integration carried out in two small urban areas in the US State of Wisconsin. A total of 266 finished responses were analyzed using text mining, factor analysis, and regression analysis. Results show… 

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