Predicting the use of automated vehicles. [First results from the pilot survey]
Axhausen, Kay W.
- Conference Paper
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The immediate advantages of the introduction of fully automated vehicles (AVs) can already be foreseen today: Travelling in AVs is likely to be more comfortable than in current vehicles and the safety on the roads will be improved by removing the possibility of human error. Furthermore, a driver’s license will not be a requirement anymore for affordable and quick door-to-door transportation services. This Stated-Choice survey aims to answer the questions for which types of trips and purposes people will use automated vehicles and how they will adjust their mobility tools such as public transport travelcards and the number of cars the household owns. Next to the currently available modes car, bike, and traditional public transport, respondents have the opportunity to choose among different services of automated vehicles. The attribute levels are pivoted around the real values of the respondents’ regular trips in order to increase the realism of the choice tasks. Using additional attitudinal questions, hybrid choice models will be used to explain the traveler’s anticipated behavior Show more
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Organisational unit03521 - Axhausen, Kay W.
02226 - NSL - Netzwerk Stadt und Landschaft / NSL - Network City and Landscape
NotesConference lecture held 17 May 2017
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