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Increased Safety May Mean Increased Permissible Speed Limits, Which Reduces Fuel Economy.
21.01.2017 21:35

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More efficient vehicle flow means more cars can use the same road space, increasing total vehicle miles traveled. Increased safety may mean increased permissible speed limits, which reduces fuel economy. Perhaps consumers will even prefer larger vehicles, if they can sleep, watch TV or work on computers while driving. Even car-sharing services could increase energy demand if the ease and convenience pulls people away from mass transit, walking or biking and into cars. A recent research paper by scholars at the University of Leeds, the University of Washington and Oak Ridge National Laboratory found that the increased travel due to the ease and convenience of self-driving cars may dominate among all these factors and could more than offset all the factors that would reduce oil use. The authors concluded that it is not yet possible to say with any confidence whether the effect of automation on travel and energy demand would be positive or negative. Self-driving cars hold out great promise, but it would be premature to conclude that they will necessarily reduce oil use and carbon emissions. To ensure that autonomous vehicles deliver economic, energy security and environmental benefits, we will need supporting policies targeted at those objectives, such as increased fuel-economy standards, investments in public transportation infrastructure, and R&D in alternative vehicle technologies. Jason Bordoff (@JasonBordoff) , a former energy adviser to President Obama, is a professor of professional practice in international and public affairs and founding director of the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University.

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