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Understanding user perceptions and experiences with cooperative and automated vehicles
With the increasing availability of vehicles with various levels of technology, many State transport agencies are investing in pilot programs and trials, designed to prepare for the arrival of cooperative and automated vehicles on their road networks. The Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) sought to understand the perceptions, experiences and understanding of cooperative and automated vehicle technologies through an online survey. This paper discusses the methodology and results of this survey, and implications for the development of public education and participant recruitment materials.