How to implement driverless cars in cities like New York, London and Hong Kong

A new study has highlighted specific measures to be taken for the implementation of driverless cars in cities including London, New York and Hong Kong, profiling their respective mobility infrastructures and using this as a foundation for its recommendations.

“Change is coming” is the key message from a new report highlighting how to implement driverless cars in cities all over the world – from London and Hong Kong to New York and Sydney.

The study by design and consultancy firm Arcadis also shows the existing transport infrastructure within these international hubs and outlines their respective “mobility objectives”.