I read a US newsletter at the weekend that looked at change resulting from self-driving electric cars, but not just about the vehicles themselves. My conclusion: Change is not going to happen overnight, but it will be rapid.
Never mind those petty rules of staying in your lane, indicating to change, obeying the traffic lights, feeding parking meters, accommodating your vehicle in an approved parking garage.
While Auckland Transport has extended the consultation period on its comprehensive document on parking around the region, the organisation’s parent, Auckland Council, will consider a parking policy change tomorrow which could have more immediate consequences.
Published: 17 February 2005 The New York Times runs a story today which is frightening in the cold-blooded potential it describes, awesome in opening up the potential for more quantum leaps in technology-driven change. Under the heading A new model soldier rolls closer to battle, Tim Weiner wrote in the newspaper’s technology section: “The American […]
Auckland City Council has approved the route & is seeking funding for the proposed central transit corridor between the CBD & Newmarket, and has called for submissions on several proposed new CBD bus lanes which are intended to improve services to the north & west. It’s also extended the operating hours for CBD bus lanes. […]