Analysis of shared autonomous vehicles (SAVs) by a land-use and transportation integrative approach shows that there is a nonlinear relationship between SAV fares and their energy and environmental effects and appropriate fare can play an integral part in promoting sustainable development.
Finding space for urban greening is as difficult as it is urgent. However, one area where we have been very generous with space in cities is car parking. This study shows that if we can use car parking space more efficiently, we can free up large areas for urban nature.
Cities are increasingly recognized in global development policy agendas as key to sustainable development. However, there is surprisingly little data available to inform the kind of decisions that would make cities more inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable (Sustainable Development Goal 11).