Planning for Cars That Drive Themselves

  title={Planning for Cars That Drive Themselves},
  author={E. Guerra},
  journal={Journal of Planning Education and Research},
  pages={210 - 224}
  • E. Guerra
  • Published 2015
  • Engineering
  • Journal of Planning Education and Research
  • Through a review of long-range transportation plans and interviews with planners, this article examines how large metropolitan planning organizations are preparing for autonomous vehicles. In just a few years, the prospect of commercially available self-driving cars and trucks has gone from a futurist fantasy to a likely near-term reality. However, uncertainties about the new technology and its relationship to daily investment decisions have kept mention of self-driving cars out of nearly all… CONTINUE READING

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