With the rise of autonomous transportation technology in the U.S., what implementable strategies can help a dense urban landscape like New York City prepare efficiently for a driverless future? Design teams from around the world proposed their ideas in the Driverless Future Challenge, organized by Blank Space (the creators of the Fairy Tales Architecture Competition) and the City of New York.
Participants from over 25 countries sent proposals that ranged from driverless food cards to using NYC’s 311 system as a driverless dispatching center. Now, the jury has selected the four finalist teams.
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