A new mobility revolution is sweeping the globe. Connected and autonomous vehicles are likely to become a common feature on Irish roads within the next decade, along with the increased use of electric and shared vehicles.
Collectively, ACES (autonomous/connected/electric/shared) will have a major impact on the Irish transport network. Like many countries globally, ACES will introduce an era of unprecedented change. Therefore, it is vital for Ireland to consider how we manage and take advantage of this new technology.
Fundamentally, Arup’s recommendations also reflect that ACES is not just about the technology itself. More importantly, it’s about putting the travelling public at the centre of all mobility choices and using emerging technology, as outlined in the paper [Click here: ACES Paper], to make a positive impact on all our lives.
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