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Published 29 September 2016
Most indicators suggest that some form of driverless vehicles will be a reality on UK roads by the early 2020s. Their evolution from imagination to reality means that their effect on the built environment needs careful consideration. What lifestyle changes could they bring; how will shopping centres adapt; what are the implications for housing developments. We asked Martin Wedderburn, one of the country’s leading transport consultants, about his views.
Michael Bothamley looks at the implications of driverless cards for the built environment.
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