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U.S. DOT releases multimodal guidance for on-road automated vehicles

Technology| October 4, 2018

AV 3.0 incorporates the results of extensive stakeholder engagement to provide updated voluntary guidance and policy considerations for a range of industry sectors.

The Road to the Next Generation of Mobility

| April 18, 2017

Today, in cities and towns across the country, mayors, city commissioners, governors, state legislatures, and even the President, are looking for ways to make our nation’s highways, roads, bridges, airports, public transit systems, and other key pieces of infrastructure once again the envy of the world.

Management & Operations| April 18, 2017

ITS America files comments with NHTSA on V2V communications

Group believes a Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard is needed for V2V communications and that the proposed standard should be performance-based and flexible enough to incorporate future technologies.

Motorcoach| November 4, 2016

Feds extend comment period for speed limiting device rulemaking

The new public comment deadline of Dec. 7, 2016, will provide all interested parties sufficient opportunity to fully develop and submit comments and evidentiary materials to the agencies

Government Issues| September 22, 2016

U.S. DOT issues policy for testing, deployment of automated vehicles

Vehicle performance guidance uses a 15-point Safety Assessment to set clear expectations for manufacturers developing and deploying automated vehicle technologies.

Motorcoach| August 26, 2016

Feds propose speed limiters for motorcoaches, trucks

The proposal discusses the benefits of setting the maximum speed at 60, 65, and 68 miles per hour, but the agencies will consider other speeds based on public input.

May 11, 2016

How to Improve Sleep Quality for Safe Bus Operation

Statistics show that for many people, sleep can be a matter of life or death. This may sound overly dramatic, but let’s consider that in 2005 the NHTSA conservatively estimated that drowsy driving was responsible for at least 100,000 automobile crashes, 71,000 injuries, and 1,550 fatalities annually.¹ More recently, the NHSTA estimated at least 846 people died in 2014 due to the effects of drowsy driving.

Security and Safety | June 4, 2015

NHTSA mandates anti-rollover tech in buses

Requirement will save up to 49 lives, prevent up to 1,759 crashes each year, and provide net economic benefits of more than $300 million annually.

Bus| August 19, 2014

U.S. DOT takes connected vehicle program to next level

Supports report with research findings in several key areas including technical feasibility, privacy and security, and preliminary estimates on costs and safety benefits
Bus| July 31, 2014

Feds propose new rules to protect bus passengers in rollover crashes

Performance requirements would ensure a sufficient level of survival space and reduce the risk of ejection in rollover crashes.
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