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News about driverless cars is everywhere. Unfortunately, this media coverage generally provides little information about how the technology is likely to arrive and what changes we will see first. More specifically, media coverage has left many planners wondering just what they should be doing to prepare for mixed fleets of conventional and autonomous vehicles.
This issue of Zoning Practice discusses basic facts about driverless cars and summarizes how changes in travel behavior associated with fully autonomous vehicles will likely affect local zoning codes over the next 20 to 30 years.
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Donald Elliott, FAICP