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Self-driving cars are coming, but developers aren’t reducing parking yet, survey finds


Self-driving cars are expected to someday drop off workers and depart or park themselves in tighter quarters than human drivers can, thereby reducing the demand for garage space. — Bay Area News Group/TNS

Self-driving cars are expected to someday drop off workers and depart or park themselves in tighter quarters than human drivers can, thereby reducing the demand for garage space. — Bay Area News Group/TNS

Self-driving cars may be inevitable, but few office developers want to spend money preparing for the changes they will bring. 

That's the conclusion of a recent survey of real estate professionals, despite the expectation that ride sharing and autonomous vehicles will drive down the need for parking in the decades ahead. 

   

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