In this article in the December 2016 issue of APA Planning, Terra Curtis and David Fields share next steps for planners and commissioners to prepare and manage for the changing industry. They write, “As AV technology emerges, we should be cognizant of the benefits we stand to gain during early adoption, but also of the increased opportunities provided by a shared-use model in a more mature market. There are things we can start today — most of them known policy approaches — to increase the positive outcomes for our communities tomorrow.”

Read the full article here: “Driverless vehicles and your community”