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2019 | OriginalPaper | Chapter

Automated Vehicles and Vulnerable Road Users: Envisioning a Healthy, Safe and Equitable Future

Authors : Justin M. Owens, Laura Sandt, Azra Habibovic, Sarah Rebolloso McCullough, Ryan Snyder, Robert Wall Emerson, Pravin Varaiya, Tabitha Combs, Fred Feng, Mohammed Yousuf, Bernard Soriano

Published in: Road Vehicle Automation 6

Publisher: Springer International Publishing

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Abstract

This chapter provides an overview and recap of the AVS 2018 Breakout Session #8, AVs & Vulnerable Road Users: Envisioning a Healthy, Safe, and Equitable Future, including summaries of research presentations, perspectives on equity from leading experts in the field, and lessons learned through discussion among panelists and the session audience. The session identified a range of necessary actions and research needs such as engaging stakeholders at all levels from community to OEMs and governments to identify and solve problems before they become evident, recognizing the tradeoff between safety and access to transportation, and learning from the history of how transportation has affected (SES) communities.
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Metadata
Title
Automated Vehicles and Vulnerable Road Users: Envisioning a Healthy, Safe and Equitable Future
Authors
Justin M. Owens
Laura Sandt
Azra Habibovic
Sarah Rebolloso McCullough
Ryan Snyder
Robert Wall Emerson
Pravin Varaiya
Tabitha Combs
Fred Feng
Mohammed Yousuf
Bernard Soriano
Copyright Year
2019
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-22933-7_7

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