Analysis: ITS will transform infrastructure, improve mobility

Governments and automakers need to work to promote the benefits of autonomous vehicles on public roads, such as fewer accidents, fatalities and drunken driving incidents, Simon Hobday writes. With 46% of U.K. drivers reporting that they are interested in self-driving cars, it is important to highlight the ways in which driverless cars can work in tandem with intelligent transportation systems to fundamentally improve infrastructure, safety, mobility and reduce fuel consumption, he writes.