Urban landscape may benefit from driverless cars

Cars that drive themselves are an obvious boon for motorists, but they could also reshape cities in the near future, according to this blog. Parking spaces could become a thing of the past -- as could parking tickets -- and air pollution could abate, although suburban sprawl may grow as the daily commute becomes less of a grind, writes Nick Bilton.

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