Autonomous Connected Electric Shared (ACES) Vehicles and Public Economics
The article discusses the Autonomous Connected Electric Shared (ACES) vehicles for the public economy that has been disregarded in the published works. The establishment of ACES will reduce the sources or’ governmental funds and affect the transport expenses unless supplemental policies are presented to match the technology and the taxation requirements.
Innovations in tax revenue programs to fit the technology developments may affect governance strategies, such as power shifting, decision and policy-making. The study links the contents of ACES and public funds by joining the interdisciplinary analysis from transport logistics, urban finances, technology, innovations, and environmental development.