Special Issue Call for Abstracts "Autonomous mobility transitions: socio-spatial dimensions and the role of urban planning and policy"

Date: 
9 April, 2019 - 09:31 - 31 July, 2019 - 23:59
Type of event: 
Call for paper
Deadline: 
31 July, 2019 - 23:59
Call for abstracts - poster

Special Issue Call for Abstracts "Autonomous mobility transitions: socio-spatial dimensions and the role of urban planning and policy"

Special Issue of Cities, the International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning

Guest editors

Ransford A. Acheampong—University of Manchester, UK [ransfordantwi.acheampong@manchester.ac.uk]
Federico Cugurullo—Trinity College Dublin, Republic of Ireland [cugurulf@tcd.ie]
Luca Staricco— Politecnico di Torino, Italy [luca.staricco@polito.it ]
Elisabetta Vitale Brovarone —Politecnico di Torino, Italy [elisabetta.vitale@polito.it‎]

 

This special issue seeks to bring together a collection of critical perspectives on the social and spatial implications of the diffusion of autonomous vehicles in cities. In particular, the special issue will seek to publish contributions that stimulate debates and improve our understanding of how urban planning and policy can respond to this potentially disruptive technology as it intersects with cities. The contributions can be empirical, theoretical and methodological.

Topics can include (but are not limited to):

  • autonomous mobility and urban spatial structure affordability,
  • equity and inclusivity implications of autonomous mobility
  • accessibility implications of autonomous vehicles for motorized travel
  • accessibility implications of autonomous driving for different age groups including children, young adults, people in old age, and for individuals with disabilities and the urban poor
  • implications of autonomous driving for vulnerable road users, including cyclists and pedestrians
  • implications of autonomous mobility for mass transit in cities
  • possible travel behaviour changes around driverless vehicles
  • governance of autonomous mobility transitions
  • the nexus between autonomous mobility and public health
  • gender dimensions of autonomous mobility
  • infrastructure investment implications of autonomous vehicles
  • implications of autonomous driving for existing built-environments and the design and development of new towns
  • privacy and security concerns around autonomous vehicles·
  • the nexus among autonomous vehicles, emerging mobility concepts (e.g. shared-mobility, mobility-as-a-service) and urban sustainability
  • autonomous mobility transitions and employment in the city urban planning
  • implications of automation in freight movement in the logistics sector.

Abstract submissions

Interested authors are invited to submit an abstract (maximum 400 words), describing the rationale, methods, data and expected results of their papers. Please include a short biography and full contact information for each author. Send your abstract and bios in a single document to Ransford Acheampong (ransfordantwi.acheampong@manchester.ac.uk) by July 31, 2019.

Authors will be notified of the outcome by September 13, 2019. Full papers will be due on February 29, 2020.

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