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... 88 C h a p t e r 5 This study examined the societal impacts of AVs and CVs -- both beneficial and detrimental -- and identified policy and planning strategies at the state and local levels that could internalize these impacts in market decisions made by individuals and organizations. Traditionally, public agencies intervene in market activities when there are goods or services that may not be efficiently or equitably provided by the market.
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... 89 its success depends on the availability of commute alternatives. – Implement LEMs: Price is undoubtedly an important component of home buying decisions, but there is no evidence that LEMs make a major difference.
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... 90 • Invest in CV infrastructure. – What is the ROI for public agency investment in CV infrastructure?
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