Report: Autonomous Vehicles, Parking & the Real Estate Sector
Volume 3 – Issue 4
By David B. Layzell, PhD, FRSC; Mark Stout, MES, P.Eng; Jonathan Leary; and Chris Stone, BSc
For the past 100 years, the automobile, especially personally owned vehicles, have greatly impacted the design of our cities and how we live in them. However, Canada’s personal mobility systems are poised to be radically transformed by the convergence of four disruptive technology and business model innovations: vehicle automation, connectivity, electrification and car sharing. Together, these innovations enable Autonomous Mobility-on-Demand (AMoD), whereby fleets of autonomous, connected and driverless vehicles will pick up and drop off passengers, effectively replacing the need for personal vehicle ownership, while providing a more convenient, safer and lower cost service.
Cite this document:
Layzell, D., Stout, M., Leary, J. and Stone, C. (2021). Autonomous Vehicles, Parking & The Real Estate Sector in Alberta & Canada. Transition Accelerator
Reports Vol. 3, Issue 4, Pg. 1-51. ISSN 2562-6264 (English Report)
English version of this document available at www.transitionaccelerator.ca