agree, but not the conventional way, you will share route with others but you will enter and leave door to doorIt is hard for me to see where self-driving leads. A bunch of people travelling in individual self-driven cars on the same highway going the same direction seems oddly more inefficient or pointless vis-a-vis public transportation than the same amount of cars on the same route being driven by people. Don't know why I have that impression. Does it contribute to sprawl? Does it increase the number of cars on the road? Once disconnected from driving, do people decide they'd just as soon use public transportation? I wonder what land use and transportation planners are doing to anticipate?