The arrival of driverless automated vehicles provides a unique opportunity for a fundamental change in urban mobility and will lead to healthier, greener, and more competitive cites – but only if the vehicles are integrated into an effective public transport network. A future with automated and connected vehicles will have various outcomes based on how they are designed, operated and regulated. Will they lead to more cars on the road, more urban sprawl and more congestion? Or will they contribute to shaping sustainable and livable cities, the regaining of urban space for people, less vehicles on the road and a higher quality of life?
Currently the experience of operating fleets of automated vehicles remains limited. These training recordings aim to tap into current deployments operated by various mobility services providers worldwide. Participants will learn from experienced trainers who are stakeholders of real-life driverless mobility services and the path forward for the introduction of automated vehicles in our cities.