Public fleets of automated vehicles and how to manage them

Bern Grush and John Niles outline a scenario in the nottoo-distant future when our roads are populated with fleets of shared driverless cars, buses and trucks.

In the 2020s, regional governments will be faced with governing growing numbers of automated and semi-automated vehicles. These vehicles might be privately owned by households, owned by new mobility firms such as Uber and Google which would operate them as taxis, shuttles and jitneys, or government operated and sometimes owned by infrastructure investors under public-private partnership (P3) contracts.

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