Cities for Driverless Vehicles examines the relationship between autonomous vehicles, transport infrastructure requirements and urban forms, as well as explores ways to adopt autonomous vehicles into future cities. With insights drawn from urban planners and professionals across the world, the book informs you how our future cities will look, what legal requirements will need to be met, how pedestrians will interact with driverless vehicles, the Mobility as a Service (MaaS) concept, and how planners can prepare for the new technological age. Informed research and expert transport modelling is underpinned by international case studies along with the action plans required to make the transition a smooth, orderly and safe one for future generations.
- includes plans for industry professionals on understanding new and upcoming technology and provides thoughts for further research and development
- details the infrastructure that the vehicles will interact with, including hard solutions and soft benefits
- reveals how to plan for a future with MaaS
- concludes each chapter with plausible and desirable future scenarios for the reader to take away and consider.
With technology changing the face of future travel faster than ever before, the need to be ahead of the curve has never been greater. This forward-thinking book is, therefore, an ideal and necessary purchase for urban and transport planners, infrastructure engineers, vehicle manufacturers, and policy and decision makers tasked with future-proofing urban areas.
01. Introduction and the planning context (Xu Zhang)
02. Cities in the making (George Wade and Vaggy Georgali)
03. The State of the Art: A planning perspective (Xu Zhang and Brian Burkhard)
USA: The AV Breeding Ground and the Challenges Ahead
04. The up and coming traffic and transport in the future cities (Xu Zhang, Hui Li and Hao Yue)
05. Urban networks and autonomous vehicles (John Parkin, Xu Zhang and Hao Yue)
06. Car free development and urban village (Rachel Skinner, Giles Perkins and Peter Ramsey)
07. Interchange design (Rachel Skinner, Giles Perkins, Peter Ramsey, Xu Zhang and Hui Li)
08. Design for a future with driverless vehicles - acceptance and adoption (Dale Harrow and Jiayu Wu)
09. Mobility as a Service (John McCarthy and Haixiao Pan)
Insights from the development of bike sharing in China
10. Freight and distribution in cities (Michael Bell)
11. Modelling and Analysis of Shared Autonomous Mobility (Peter Jones, Luis Willumsen, Paul Speirs, Jaume Barcelo, Devrim Kara, Jooyoung Kim, Shinhae Lee, and Seungjae Lee)
12. The role of the public and private sectors (John Siraut, Yasuo Asakura and Koji Hachiyama)
Public-Private Initiatives on Automated Driving Systems in Japan
13. Coevolution of the Regulatory and Legal Framework to Enable CAVS to use the Highway (Graham Parkhurst, Matthew Cockburn, Jonathon Murphy and Brian Wong)
14. Navigating the path to an autonomous future (Xu Zhang)