A University of Iowa report on behalf of Iowa City suggests the city will need fewer parking spaces and a revamped bus system as automated vehicles develop, the Cedar Rapids Gazette reported. Students in the University of Iowa’s School of Urban and Regional Planning completed the report. “We don’t know what automated vehicle technology is going to be in the future, necessarily, but there are things we can do now to start preparing for it,” said Travis Kraus, director of economic development and sustainability with the University of Iowa’s Office of Outreach and Engagement. “It’s reasonable to expect there are these changes coming down the road with automated vehicles.”