Impact of Autonomous Vehicles on Parking Spaces

NIKHIL SAI YEKOLLU (Construction Management, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI, United States)
Kasim A Korkmaz (School of Visual and Built Environment, Eastern Michigan University, United States)

Abstract


The United States has an enormous supply of parking and with the appropriation of Autonomous vehicles, the interest for these spaces could change drastically. Parking is among the most pervasive land utilizes involving up to 31% of urban territory. With completely automated vehicles expected on the customer advertise by 2020, the $30 billion leaving industry will encounter gigantic changes as autos develop. The purpose of this paper is to analyse how the parking and garage spaces can be utilized after the implementation of automated vehicles in every household. Analysis has been conducted about different households in Ypsilanti Township using Zillow application which includes the address, area of the house, parking area and year in which it is built. Results are based on the analysis conducted on the houses and the impact of the autonomous vehicles on their parking space.


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Structure;Garage;Household;Transit

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jaeser.v3i1.1834

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