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Private self-driving cars will make our cities more livable
Mass-adoption of private self-driving cars will make our cities more livable.
Self-driving cars will increase the opportunities for all to have affordable housing.
Self-driving cars will reduce congestion by removing cars from the road.
Self-driving cars will help provide comfortable mobility for all, including underprivileged, underserved and vulnerable populations.
Self-driving cars are environment friendly.
Self-driving cars will help create more public space.
Self-driving cars will help making cities safer.
Forget about the cities, rural lifestyle is better in every way except access to services. Self-driving cars will help more people to move to the countryside.
City planning centered on humans is what will make cities more livable. Transportation should be subjected to city planning and not the other way around.
Self-driving cars will destroy jobs.
are lobbied by big companies
with economic interests, they are not intended to make cities more livable.
Private cars should be forbidden in large cities.
Promoting self-driving cars may displace active forms of mobility (e.g. walking, cycling) that are healthier.
Private self-driving cars are a potential threat to individual freedoms.
Self-driving cars could have a big economic cost because of the need to adapt city infrastructure.
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Self-driving cars will increase urban sprawl
In an accident, fault can be established as to which party is liable. Automated vehicles create a major problem as to who would be liable- the manufacturer, programmer, user, sensor designer, etc.
Private self-driving cars will isolate people.
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