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Steer Davies Gleave produces a manifesto for city centres in the age of the Driverless Car

28 April 2018

According to the latest industry predictions, Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs) will become a reality in the wealthiest urban environments within the next ten years. Steer Davies Gleave has produced a design study to understand how this shift will change the faces of our cities.

James Long explores AV's influence on the parking sector and cities

18 January 2018

This week the magazine Parking Review published an article based on a presentation that James Long, Principal Consultant at Steer Davies Gleave, gave at Parking World 2017. This presentation focused on how Autonomous Vehicles will influence the parking sector and cities. Read the article below:

Solving the ‘chicken and egg’problem of alternative fuels

16 October 2017

A phrase much used in the alternative fuels industry is the ‘chicken and egg problem’. Without demand for recharging and refuelling alternative-fuel vehicles there is no case for investment in infrastructure; but without infrastructure to recharge/refuel them, most people will not buy alternative fuelled vehicles. There is a solution to this problem, but it requires action from both the public and private sectors, new and innovative business models, and perhaps most importantly a long-term approach.

Disruption or decline, what’s next for the black cab?

15 May 2017

Steer Davies Gleave hosts yet another successful Movement Matters event in London focused on the future of the black cab.

The black cab is an iconic image of London, but recent technological advances and changes in the Taxi and Private Hire market have meant that it faces an uncertain future. As part of our Movement Matters series, we brought together three industry experts to debate whether the black cab faces decline, disruption or both.

Not all that glitters is gold

16 March 2017

Currently EVs account for around 0.2% of vehicles on UK roads , but their use is set to grow to around 1.6 million vehicles or 5% of licensed vehicles by 2020 . This is motivated by the fact that buying them is promoted through a favourable vehicle tax regime and government grants and planners are promoting the installation of infrastructure to support EVs in city centres. In response to the need to reduce carbon emission from transport, since 2001 the UK government has set vehicle tax rates based on CO2 emissions.

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