Topic : driverless vehicles

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Waymo CEO confident his tech would have avoided deadly AV crash

Technology| March 27, 2018

John Krafcik said that in the case of pedestrians or pedestrians with a bicycle, “we have a lot of confidence that our technology would be robust and would be able to handle situations like that one."

Driverless Uber vehicle strikes, kills Ariz. woman

Technology| March 19, 2018

The vehicle was in autonomous mode with a human safety driver at the wheel when it struck the woman, who was crossing the street outside of a crosswalk, according to area police.

Technology| December 28, 2017

Driverless vehicles and the future of public transit

To remain relevant, transit agencies must have a vision for the future, including the role that driverless technology will play.

Government Issues| October 23, 2017

First-ever autonomous vehicles map showcases cities' driverless plans

AV programs are taking shape in 53 cities that represent nearly every continent. Of these 53, 35 cities including Austin, Washington, Paris, Helsinki and London are already piloting projects.

Shuttle| August 15, 2017

First Transit brings autonomous shuttles to Texas sports fans

The AV passenger shuttles will offer convenient transportation connecting sports fans heading to Globe Life Park, home of the Texas Rangers, and AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, from parking lots surrounding both stadiums.

Technology| July 6, 2017

Keolis launches electric autonomous shuttle pilot in Paris business district

If these trials are successful, this shuttle service could become a permanent mobility solution in the region, with additional services and the creation of new lines.

Technology| June 8, 2017

Transdev, Delphi to develop autonomous on-demand transport system

Will utilize Transdev Universal Routing Engine and Delphi's automated driving platform — the Centralized Sensing, Localization and Planning platform which is being developing in partnership with Mobileye.

Electric and driverless vehicles won’t cut it without shared mobility, report says

Without a concurrent shift away from private vehicle ownership and toward ride sharing, the potential for electric, autonomous vehicles to reduce traffic and sprawl are severely limited.

Management & Operations| April 11, 2017

By 2030, 25% of miles driven in U.S. could be in shared self-driving e-cars

Convergence of three trends — ride sharing, autonomous driving, and vehicle electrification — will offer big-city dwellers cheap, convenient transportation, transforming the automotive industry, says report.

University| March 16, 2017

Capital Metro, RATP Dev hosting autonomous shuttle demonstration

The demonstration, which will be held March 16 to 17 on the campus of The University of Texas at Austin, is designed to illustrate how Capital Metro and RATP Dev are working together to provide new and innovative ways for people to move around Austin, while helping to reduce emissions that can damage the environment.

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