Driverless vehicles could release land for 180,000 homes

Driverless car

The use of driverless cars could free up enough land in London to accommodate 180,000 new homes, according to new research.

According to Arcadis, 6,300 hectares (15,500 acres) of land in the capital could be made available through the use of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV).

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