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City Planners, Property Developers Fuel Push for Driverless Vehicles

City Planners, Property Developers Fuel Push for Driverless Vehicles

Increasing autonomous ride-sharing could reduce the need for parking spaces—and make denser, more profitable developments possible

Six years after Nevada became the first state to allow driverless cars on public roads, real-estate developers and city planners around the country are stepping up their efforts to court pilot projects.

In downtown Las Vegas, for example, a driverless eight-passenger electric shuttle ferried roughly 24,000 people since November, when it was first opened to the public.

 

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