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Texas cities pilot low-income, ride subsidy program

Government Issues| March 13, 2018

This pilot programk, which launches April 2, will help provide low-income families and individuals with mobility solutions within Collin County. 

Sacramento RT set to launch microtransit pilot next month

Shuttle| January 16, 2018

Working similar to Uber, microtransit buses will carry a handful of riders at a time.

Bus| January 8, 2018

N.Y. MTA launches all-electric bus pilot program

MTA will test 10 new buses by Proterra and New Flyer with the hope of ordering an additional 60 all-electric buses.

Technology| November 2, 2017

HART to pilot autonomous mobility project with Stantec

This project is the first continuously operated shared autonomous project in the U.S. that will function in an open environment on public roads with mixed traffic.

Rail| September 6, 2017

Sound Transit, Uber partner to encourage public transit usage

Beginning on Tuesday, Uber riders traveling to or from eight light rail stations south of downtown Seattle who enter the promo code in their app will now receive $3.50 off their UberX or UberPOOL trip.

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.

Bus| April 27, 2017

N.Y. MTA to pilot electric bus program in December 2017

Testing is intended to provide the agency and electric bus manufacturers with actionable data on what works best in New York’s metropolitan environment.

Management & Operations| April 25, 2017

Waymo begins offering rides in self-driving cars

Waymo, Google's self-driving car project, and Fiat Chrysler haved teamed up to offer rides to the public so that it can get feedback on the experience.

Motorcoach| April 25, 2017

Seattle launches shared transit stop pilot with Microsoft

The six-month program allows private shuttle buses operated by participating companies to use public transit stops.

Management & Operations| January 11, 2017

Navya, Keolis launch driverless public transit vehicle pilot in Las Vegas

The public will be able to ride on the shuttle Jan. 11 to 20, as it travels along east Fremont Street between Las Vegas Boulevard and Eighth Street, with regular street traffic.


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