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Illinois initiative to test, research connected, autonomous vehicle tech

Technology| October 29, 2018

IDOT will oversee a testing program that requires a driver to remain behind the wheel, capable of taking control of the vehicle at all times.

Siemens to supply ITS infrastructure software, support for ACM

Technology| September 10, 2018

Center develops real-world testing and validation of connected and automated vehicles.

Technology| July 12, 2018

Automated Vehicle Deployments Gaining in Popularity

Many new automated vehicle deployments are for fixed-route applications with defined coverage areas, or for first/last mile deployments around a hub.

Security and Safety | May 25, 2018

NTSB releases preliminary report on fatal Uber self-driving car crash

After crash in March, Uber has also shuttered its self-driving vehicle testing in Arizona.

Rail| March 27, 2018

TfL completes biggest test of new Tube signaling system

Work to transform the world's oldest metro into one of the most modern is now well underway, and once complete it will improve reliability and boost capacity on 40% of the Tube network.

Technology| March 1, 2018

First Transit supports Minn. autonomous vehicle roadshow

The company is supporting the SAV roadshow with onsite personnel, operations, and maintenance with several stops across Minnesota, including the Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis, the Minnesota Statehouse, and at 3M Global Headquarters.

Rail| February 28, 2018

First Alstom Citadis X05 LRV begins testing, commissioning in Sydney

The CBD and South East Light Rail is a new 7.4-mile light rail network for Sydney, currently under construction.

Sustainability| January 11, 2018

Alstom, partners testing 100% electric bus in France

Thanks to reduced maintenance and operating costs, and a longer service life than that of a bus, the cost of ownership of Aptis is equivalent to that of today's diesel buses, according to Alstom.

Rail| August 7, 2017

FRA, FMCSA withdraw obstructive sleep apnea rulemaking

In their joint announcement, the two federal agencies said they'd encourage trucking and rail companies to voluntarily screen employees involved in safety-sensitive work, such as truck drivers and train engineers, for sleep apnea.

Rail| July 14, 2017

Hyperloop One mark's first successful full test of high-speed system

The vehicle coasted above the first portion of the track for 5.3 seconds using magnetic levitation and reached nearly 2Gs of acceleration, while achieving the Phase 1 target speed of 70mph.

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