Carmageddon is Coming
Angus Hervey

Has anyone thought about how pedestrians will handle road crossings when faced with a legion of self-driving cars in front of them? How do we solve the problem of coordinating multiple lanes to stop at a crossing?

Assuming parking becomes unnecessary, this leaves most city streets with 1–2 more lanes (depending on whether its 1 vs 2 way), meaning more cars to cope with on streets. Unless parking gets converted to bike lanes :)

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