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Tucson, ArizonaThe Infrastructure Challenge
How will autonomous vehicles refresh the AmericanCityScape?
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Prepared by Eller Business Consulting
ShuyuanChen, John Jenkins Jr., PhilipLaMasterand Kyle Packer
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Autonomous vehicles will fundamentally disrupt the operations of city governments across the United States, transforming infrastructure, revenue models and populations.
Agenda
What are AVs? What are SAEVs?What challenges do they bring?What advantages do they bring?How can we prepare?
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Tucson is prime for disruption
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Tucson has a transient populationHigh tourism revenuesUndeveloped downtown core
What Are Autonomous Vehicles?
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Autonomous Vehicles expected to be widespread in next 10 years
L1: No Automation
L2: Some Automation
L3: Driver Assistance
L4: Mostly Autonomous, occasional intervention
L5: Completely Autonomous
What advantages will they bring?
Free time for drivers, improved safety, more utilization of vehicles, improved sustainability
What are Shared Electric Autonomous Vehicles?
A fleet of SAEVs operated by one provider, and utilized by riders with mobile devices.
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AVs can cost 2-3x a normal vehicle to manufacture.
What will happen to the members of our community employed in transportation?
What will be the impact?
Every citizen will be impacted by how the city manages this upcoming shift.
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Speed of Disruption
Impact of Disruption
How have American Cities Reacted?
Bans on autonomous vehiclesRestrictions to certain neighborhoodsLicense and approval regulationsLittle to no change in infrastructureNo changing of department revenue models
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Benefits for Cities
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Technology tourism
Economic Development
Population Mobility
Traffic Safety
What are the big issues?
How do we act as autonomous vehicles gain traction?
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Funding Issues
Shifting Infrastructure demands
Unclear legal ramifications and public perception
What can we do about it?
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Funding Issues
Shifting Infrastructure demands
Unclear legal ramifications and public perception
Shift funding from gas, parking, and tickets to fleet operators through licensing
Redesign spaces for fewer parking spaces, but more functionality
Maintain transparency with public; engage other governments (State and Federal) as possible.
What does this future look like?
No loss of revenue as change occursImproved city center economic developmentPopulation buy-in as AVs prove themselvesProper assignation of costs of road usage and liabilities.
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Conclusion
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Funding Issues
Shifting Infrastructure demands
Unclear legal ramifications and public perception
Shift funding from gas, parking, and tickets to fleet operators through licensing
Redesign spaces for fewer parking spaces, but more functionality
Maintain transparency with public; engage other governments (State and Federal) as possible.

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