Societal impact assessment of autonomous vehicle scenarios using multi-actor multi-criteria analysis

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Abstract

Autonomous vehicles are expected to significantly change the current transport system. For their implementation in society to be successful, it is important to account for the needs of different stakeholder groups. In order to perform a broad impact assessment, the objectives of each stakeholder group need to be considered when measuring the expected impacts of new mobility and logistics services.
This study reports on the evaluation of autonomous vehicle scenarios based on the Drive2TheFuture pilots. The views of users, public transport operators, local authorities, mobility service providers, and vehicle manufacturers were included for the assessment of the mobility scenarios. For freight transport, the views of citizens, senders, receivers, logistics service providers, and local authorities were considered. Using the multi-actor multi-criteria analysis method, stakeholder criteria were weighted and overall performance scores per scenario were calculated. This method provides insight into stakeholder preferences of the scenarios and the expected impacts.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 2021
Event10th International Congress on Transportation Research - , Greece
Duration: 1 Sep 20213 Sep 2021
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Conference10th International Congress on Transportation Research
Abbreviated titleICTR2021
CountryGreece
Period1/09/213/09/21
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