Will driverless vehicles lead us to a heaven or a hell outcome? Heaven if they are owned by fleets and used to provide 'mobility as a service'. Hell if they are all privately owned and start making driverless errand trips, or circling rather than parking.
If we could achieve the 'heaven' version, there would be a need for many fewer vehicles in the fleet. In fact, expansions to roads and transit services made in the near future could become 'stranded assets' as the revenues expected to pay for them fail to materialise.
We recommend that expansions be put on hold and vehicle-trip-demand reduced, while creating policy to get the most heaven-leaning outcome possible.
Our services help you to reduce vehicle-trip-demand, and design appropriate policy for the arrival of driverless cars in your city, region, or state.
We facilitate the conversations that will lead to initiatives to reduce demand on currently busy corridors that will help you to delay expansion projects.