The model of Alcubierre sublight travel proposed here could be used for interplanetary travel, so you travel around the solar system. However, the collateral effects of an Alcubierre highway for travel inside cities or on planets could do serious damage to the surrounding real estate. Sequentially having spacetime expanding and contracting will do that to material structures. This does include the ground itself, buildings and people.
It seems reasonable to assume that an Alcubierre vehicle will still pile up matter and energy including cosmic rays in front of it. Stopping without harming or destroying your destination is easy. Make sure the Alcubierre capsule stops at a point where the pulse of accumulated mass energy when it is released will miss its destination. For example, if you travelled from Venus to Neptune by Alcubierre capsule, either stop to one side of or just beyond the planet Neptune.
As maximum speed, the Alcubierre highway only has to calibrated for travel at a reasonable speed. Within a solar system, this doesn't need to right up close to lightspeed it just needs to be sufficiently close to enable travel times to be convenient to get your travellers there without too much time wasting.
Alcubierre highways connecting the inner planets, because they are light minutes part and up to fractions of a light hour. The inner planet Alcubierre highways only need to run at most one third of lightspeed, but mainly can be slower. That means Earth to Mars trips, when Earth and Mars at their furthest apart, of around one hour.
Alcubierre highways connecting the outer planets will need be calibrated for much faster fractions of lightspeed, for example 90% of lightspeed. These trips will typically take several hours.
Urban, interurban or planetary surface Alcubierre travel is definitely too hazardous. Interplanetary transportation by Alcubierre highway, around the solar system, although conditions will apply, provided care is taken when and where the capsules stop, is feasible.