Developments with shared AV zones could offer between 15% and 20% additional developable area

25 April 2016
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Introducing autonomous vehicles in Britain could free up to 15-20% developable land worth billions to build homes, workplaces and green spaces, according to a new report published today by consultancy WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff and architects Farrells, writes Infrastructure Investor. 

The report, Making better places: Autonomous vehicles and future opportunities, claims this would be made possible as parking requirements will be vastly reduced once people have access to shared autonomous...

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