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Pettigrew, Simone; John D. Nelson; and Richard Norman
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 The advent of autonomous vehicles (AVs) is likely to have profound impacts on the entire transportation system, reaching beyond automobile-based modes. A team of Australian researchers performed an exploratory study to examine the ways in which it may impact cycling. The researchers conducted interviews with a variety of stakeholders, including those representing local governments, technological firms, trade unions, and public transit agencies, to create a list of potential issues that will need to be addressed in order to optimize outcomes for AVs and bicyclists alike. 

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 The advent of autonomous vehicles (AVs) is likely to have profound impacts on the entire transportation system, reaching beyond automobile-based modes. A team of Australian researchers performed an exploratory study to examine the ways in which it may impact cycling. The researchers conducted interviews with a variety of stakeholders, including those representing local governments, technological firms, trade unions, and public transit agencies, to create a list of potential issues that will need to be addressed in order to optimize outcomes for AVs and bicyclists alike. 

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Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives
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Autonomous vehicles and cycling: Policy implications and management issues
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