Driverless Cars to Cost Cities Millions

Driverless Cars to Cost Cities Millions

Kevin C Desouza posted an interesting piece on Salon yesterday, positing a surprising financial consequence to cities and counties when driverless cars go mainstream. Desouza, an associate dean for research and professor at Arizona State University’s College of Public Service & Community Solutions, suggests a staggering decrease in revenue from traffic tickets, parking tickets, DUIs and gasoline taxes as the increased use of autonomous vehicles reduces these traditional sources of local government income.

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Share This