Topic : driverless technology

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Rhode Island DOT taps May Mobility for autonomous transit pilot

Technology| December 5, 2018

Under the terms of the public-private partnership, RIDOT will contribute $800,000 for the first year of operation.

JTA, Florida Poly U. partner to bolster AV tech in public transit

Technology| December 3, 2018

Includes fostering the development of AV technology within downtowns, university campuses and other controlled settings.

Technology| November 16, 2018

Columbus begins testing self-driving shuttle

The shuttles from May Mobility are expected to begin picking up passengers in December once testing and mapping is complete.

Technology| November 15, 2018

Perrone Robotics, Virginia's JAUNT to launch autonomous shuttle

The partnership, totaling $600,000, will launch autonomous transit shuttle service in March 2019.

Technology| November 14, 2018

Autonomous vehicles may have far-reaching impacts on urban tourism

AVs carrying sleeping occupants could congest highways at night and commercial sex in moving AVs may become a growing phenomenon.

Technology| November 8, 2018

Report shows which countries are most prepared for autonomous tech

Evaluated on policy & legislation; technology & innovation, infrastructure and consumer acceptance.

Technology| October 29, 2018

Bestmile launches consulting service to help deploy new mobility

Enables mobility providers to accurately plan and analyze service performance in advance, accelerating time to market and reducing risks.

Technology| October 18, 2018

National League of Cities unveils guide to piloting autonomous vehicles

More than 50% of America’s largest cities are preparing for AVs — up from less than 10% three years ago, according to group.

Technology| October 15, 2018

Bestmile announces new vehicle integration, demo project

Trial with Lohr Cristal will compliment or replace existing bus lines and will test public reaction to new types of vehicles and services.

Management & Operations| September 20, 2018

Transportation workers form coalition to stop driverless buses in Ohio

If transportation authorities introduce autonomous vehicles or wages start to fall, the union will organize a strike, according to union chief.

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