May. 15th, 2016

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While there are "loads of likely positive impacts for society associated with driverless technology," people are right to worry about potential for huge increases in congestion, Issac said.
"Without any government influence," she said, "human nature is to get into that single occupancy vehicle." Land-use policies may need to be adjusted to prevent sprawl, or people will move beyond the fringes of metropolitan areas for low-cost housing because they can work while commuting at high speeds. Taxes based on the number of miles a personal vehicle travels are another way to discourage car travel. Ой нет, лучше бы не начиналa.