The End Of Driving
Transportation Systems and Public Policy Planning for Autonomous Vehicles
The End of Driving: Transportation Systems and Public Policy Planning for Autonomous Vehicles explores both the potentials of vehicle automation technology and its barriers to forming coherent urban deployment. The book evaluates the case for deliberate development of automated public transportation and mobility-as-a-service as paths towards sustainable mobility, describing critical approaches to the planning and management of vehicle automation technology. It serves as a reference for understanding the full lifecycle of the multi-year transportation systems planning processes, including regulation, planning, and acquisition for regional transportation.
Application-oriented, research-based, and solution-oriented rather than predict-and-warn, the book concludes with a detailed discussion of the systems design needed for accomplishing this shift.
- Offers a workable public transit solution design melding the traditional acquire-and-operate mode with the absorption of new technology
- Provides a step-by-step discussion of digital systems designs and effective regulation-by-data approaches needed for a new urban mobility
- Learning aids include case study scenarios, chapter objectives and discussion questions, sidebars and a glossary
|Titel:||The End Of Driving|
|auteur:||Niles, John/ Grush, Bern|
|Uitgever:||Elsevier Science Ltd|
|Afmetingen:||228 x 152 x 0|
Provides research-based paths for creating flexible transportation systems that capture opportunities and avoid the dangers of a driverless environment