If managed incorrectly the transition towards AVs will have varying implications for city planners and urban actors such as increasing urban sprawl
In the race to put autonomous vehicles (AVs) onto roads, technology companies and car manufacturers have overtaken policy-makers’ capacity to act. Jonathan Ballantine and Adam Pitt explore how the integration of AVs would affect cities and how they are answering these challenges
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