Driverless cars will revolutionize urban planning, giving back space to community

There are about a billion parking spots in the United States and some 250 million passenger cars. You see the problem. Most cars are parked 95 percent of the time. That requires a lot of space—ugly space. Total parking space in the US requires a land size bigger than the state of Connecticut. The driverless car is going to change that, giving valuable space back to communities. A very good analysis of an emerging opportunity by Mother Jones magazine.

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Driverless cars will revolutionize urban planning, giving back space to community

There are about a billion parking spots in the United States and some 250 million passenger cars. You see the problem. Most cars are parked 95 percent of the time. That requires a lot of space—ugly space. Total parking space in the US requires a land size bigger than the state of Connecticut. The driverless car is going to change that, giving valuable space back to communities. A very good analysis of an emerging opportunity by Mother Jones magazine.

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