Automated vehicles and central business district parking: the effects of drop-off-travel on traffic flow and vehicle emissions

Huajun Chai & Caroline Rodier
The potential for automated vehicles (AVs) to reduce parking to allow for the conversion of on-and off-street parking to new uses, such as new space for walk, bike, and shared -micro-mobility services, and housing), has sparked significant interest among urban planners. AVs could drop-off and pick-up passengers in areas where parking costs are high or limited. Personal AVs could return home or park in less expensive locations and shared AVs could serve other passengers. However,...
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