For autonomous vehicles to fulfill the promise of accessibility and still be environmentally efficient, all autoes need to be similarly accessible.
Autonomous vehicles, like self-driving taxis, continue to garner media attention as industry and political stakeholders claim that they will improve safety and access to transportation for everyone. But for people who have different mobility needs and rely on human motorists for operate beyond the job of driving, the prospect of driverless taxis may not sound like progress. Unless accommodations are built in to autonomous vehicle blueprints, firms risk threatening transportation access for the very parishes information and communication technologies is promising to include.
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