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An urban design response to the technological shift in transportation: How to conduct urban design with vehicle automation, sharing and connectivity

Maheshwari, Tanvi;
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  • Published: 18 Nov 2020
  • Publisher: FCL Future Cities Laboratory, Singapore-ETH Centre
  • Country: Switzerland
In recent times, the transportation sector has experienced technological disruptions from the rapid developments in vehicle automation to the meteoric rise of ridesharing and ridehailing apps around the world. There is enormous uncertainty surrounding how these technological disruptions will play out in the long term. This uncertainty has been compounded by one of the most disruptive event in recent times, the COVID-19 pandemic, which has impacted all areas of urban life, including the transportation sector, at an unprecedented scale. Although we cannot predict the impacts of these disruptions (technological and otherwise) in the long term on cities, urban desig...
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free text keywords: ARCHITECTURE; URBAN DESIGN (URBAN PLANNING); TRANSPORT PLANNING (TRANSPORTATION AND TRAFFIC)Automated vehicles; Autonomous Mobility-on-Demand (AMoD); Future Cities, Architecture, ARCHITECTURE, URBAN DESIGN (URBAN PLANNING), TRANSPORT PLANNING (TRANSPORTATION AND TRAFFIC), info:eu-repo/classification/ddc/720, FOS: Civil engineering, ddc:720
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