PAV: Long term socioeconomic impacts of AV
Looking at the long term socioeconomic impacts of AV
Autonomous Vehicles (AV), or self-driving vehicles, promise widely available, safe, clean, door to-door transport for people and goods. Widespread use on Europe’s roads is anticipated to happen in the next few decades and is expected to have numerous societal implications for equity, health, economy, and governance resulting in potential impacts on city development, infrastructure and design (from street to district- and regional development). Laura Babío Somoza from POLIS network explores the long term impacts of AV technology.
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