Capital Times: Panel: It’s time to prepare for the driverless age

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Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Teresa Adams, who is the director of UW-Madison’s transportation management and policy program, is quoted in this Capital Times article.

The driverless car revolution is just around the corner, and the impact on society and the economy will be huge. The implications are so vast that a Cap Times panel discussion Tuesday could only hit the broad strokes. Moderated by Cap Times reporter Eric Lorenzsonn, the panel discussion touched on the implications of the automated car age, including increased safety by the elimination of human error, the ability to provide transportation to people who now have no access to it and the economic fallout as self-driving cars take on more of the transportation workload. More…