Topic : EasyMile

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Public Transit Needs a Voice in Automated/Autonomous Vehicle Regulatory Talks

| March 27, 2018

This technology will forever change transportation on a local level and national scale; the time is ripe for public transit agencies and OEMs to be more visible in shaping the outcome of these discussions, regulations, and laws.

Testing of first autonomous shuttle on public roads in Calif. begins

Technology| March 8, 2018

CCTA is leading a pilot demonstration project testing electric, low-speed, multi-passenger autonomous vehicles manufactured by Easymile.

Technology| December 5, 2017

Colorado celebrates 'Connected and Autonomous Vehicle Day'

Declaration reinforces initiatives like Panasonic’s connected vehicle partnership with the Colorado DOT, as well as acknowledge EasyMile for their North American headquarters grand opening.

Technology| November 30, 2017

EasyMile, partners to integrate driverless tech into full-size bus

Technologies to be integrated into the bus include, safety controls, navigation software, cybersecurity protocols, and deployment processes.

Technology| June 15, 2017

First Transit signs exclusive partnership for autonomous vehicle innovation, research

Will join GoMentum Station and use the facility as a test site for innovative transit applications, including a pilot project with EasyMile and the Contra Costa Transportation Authority to deploy the first SAV shuttle on public roads in the U.S.

Technology| June 15, 2017

Helsinki launching self-driving bus into regular service

The road vehicle for RoboBusLine is an electric EasyMile minibus currently under acquisition through a competitive bid process.

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.

Management & Operations| January 9, 2017

Transportation tech group plans autonomous vehicle 'Road Trip'

The “AV Road Trip,” beginning later this month in Atlanta will bring self-driving technology directly to the public in cities across America.

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