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Automated cars are coming, but has anyone grasped their implications?

Scott Le Vine, Centre for Transport Studies
21 February 2014
Scott Le Vine is a research associate at the Centre for Transport Studies, Imperial College London. Automated cars: A smooth ride ahead? can be accessed free-of-charge from the ITC’s website: www.theitc.org.uk.  Feedback via slevine@imperial.ac.uk or @scottericlevine (Twitter) is very welcome.
Scott Le Vine is a research associate at the Centre for Transport Studies, Imperial College London. Automated cars: A smooth ride ahead? can be accessed free-of-charge from the ITC’s website: www.theitc.org.uk. Feedback via [email protected] or @scottericlevine (Twitter) is very welcome.

 

Autonomous cars, driverless cars, automated cars – whatever you call them (and yes, it does make a difference) they are the hot topic in transport today.  Carmakers are investing millions of pounds in research & development, mock towns are being built to test automation concepts, fact-finding hearings are taking place, laws are being passed – even international treaties are being re-opened.

This is the subject of a new Occasional Paper that John Polak and I have completed...

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