By 2050, the majority of vehicles used for ride- and car-sharing in the U.S. will be zero-emission, survey reveals. Alan Harman reports.
Top transportation experts in the US say they see rapid change in transportation resulting from three major technology revolutions – shared, electric and automated vehicles.
The 40 policymakers, researchers and representatives from government, nonprofit organisations and the technology and auto industries took part a survey by the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California-Davis.
The survey was held in conjunction with the launch of ITS-Davis’ new policy initiative, Three Revolutions: Sharing, Electrification and Automation.
ITS-Davis director Dan Sperling says: “For the first time in half a century, real, transformative innovations are coming to the world of passenger transportation.” This article first appeared in WardsAuto.
15 May 2017 - 16 May 2017, TOKYO, JAPAN
Autonomous Vehicle & ADAS Japan 2017 is an information and networking platform that brings together key stakeholders in the ADAS and autonomous value chain to discuss the biggest challenges, understand how the technology is evolving, and establish partnerships to enable the next phase of driving safety and autonomy.