Planning Urban Futures for Autonomous and Shared Vehicles: The Role of Planning Support Tools as a Policy Instrument
AuthorMcLeod, S; Curtis, C; Stone, J
EditorSorensen, C; Paulsson, A
Source TitleShaping smart mobility futures: Governance and policy instruments in times of sustainability transitions
University of Melbourne Author/sStone, John
AffiliationArchitecture, Building and Planning
CitationsMcLeod, S., Curtis, C. & Stone, J. (2020). Planning Urban Futures for Autonomous and Shared Vehicles: The Role of Planning Support Tools as a Policy Instrument. Sorensen, C (Ed.). Paulsson, A (Ed.). Shaping smart mobility futures: Governance and policy instruments in times of sustainability transitions, (1), Emerald.
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Modelling has been a mainstay of conventional planning support tools (PSTs) since the 1960s and is instrumental in transport and land use planning decision-making. Numerous studies have been conducted to model the potential impacts of emerging vehicle automation and sharing technologies. A systematic review of recent modelling studies of autonomous and shared vehicles in the research literature examines the extent of their contribution to ‘smart’ mobility knowledge. The findings suggest a limited knowledge base from which to support future planning. PSTs that can offer more pluralistic, discursive, and transparent methods in order to understand and proactively shape a transition to a planned urban future are also needed.
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