Take Part in the AVENUE 21 Survey on CAD
The two-year project AVENUE 21, which came to an end last year in October, is conducting a final survey about the relevance of CAD for urban development. This is already the second round of the survey as in 2017, the first survey looked at different cases of deployment of AV (use-cases), its impact on space and the potential advantages and disadvantages of automated traffic. You can find the key findings of the survey here. Building on these results, the second part focuses on possible scenarios of AV as well as fields of problems and action that will be relevant for European cities.
The survey will take you around 25 minutes to respond and it is fully anonymised.
This survey is particularly interested in the transition period, in other words in what will happen once automated vehicles have been introduced and populate the streets together with non-automated vehicles. For this reason, the questionnaire only addresses Level 4 autonomy vehicles.
Take part here.
The aim of AVENUE21 is to better understand under which conditions automated vehicles could contribute to major urban development goals. AVENUE 21 is a project which seeks to better understand under which conditions automated vehicles could contribute to major urban development goals. The two-year project is funded by the Daimler and Benz Foundation. The project works with three scenarios to set apart the benefits of connected automated vehicles. In doing so, it has placed a focus on stakeholders and their activities to steer and advance the introduction of connected automated vehicles.