The complexity of value of travel time for self-driving vehicles – a morphological analysis
New article: Maria Nordström & Albin Engholm: The complexity of value of travel time for self-driving vehicles – a morphological analysis, Transportation Planning and Technology, DOI.org/10.1080/03081060.2021.1919349
This paper argues that the diversity of possible mobility solutions based on self-driving vehicles has been somewhat overlooked in the current literature on value of travel time. Thus, the complexity of valuing travel time for self-driving vehicles has not been fully addressed. The paper consists of a morphological analysis of the parameters that might impact value of travel time for self-driving vehicles and a deeper analysis of five plausible self-driving vehicle mobility concepts. It is claimed that not all such concepts can be easily mapped into transport modes and that it might be more appropriate to differentiate value of travel based on travel characteristics.