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Software company to begin testing self-driving cars in Boston

Mobility| November 21, 2016

nuTonomy will begin testing its self-driving Renault Zoe electric vehicle before the end of the year in the Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park in the Seaport section of the city.

Fla.'s HART to develop autonomous circulator route

Mobility| October 25, 2016

The project would be one of the first of its kind in the U.S. utilizing autonomous technology and has the potential to become a genuine problem solver, according to FDOT and HART.

Mobility| October 20, 2016

Future for connected cars is promising, obstacles remain: study

Obstacles include privacy and security concerns, to a lack of infrastructure and the need for a legislative framework.

Mobility| October 10, 2016

[Video] Navya and Keolis test autonomous bus

The Navly, autonomous electric vehicle is manufactured by the French firm Navya and costs $225,000. The shuttle was created with the support of the city of Lyon, France, where it was tested.

Mobility| October 10, 2016

Driverless bus service in France sets world record

The two electric vehicles, fitted with high-tech equipment including laser sensors, stereo vision and GPS, can ferry around 15 passengers at a top speed of 12 mph.

Mobility| 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.

Mobility| September 20, 2016

Automated and Connected Vehicle Tech Offers Promise for Transit Agencies

Automated and connected vehicle technology has the potential to change all aspects of mobility and disrupt both public and private transportation as we know it. As Google, Uber, the automobile industry, and other organizations continue to make rapid technological advances in connected and automated vehicle technology, it is vital that public transit agencies consider these changes in their strategic planning.

Mobility| September 6, 2016

Australia begins testing of self-driving electric bus

Built by the French company NAVYA SAS, the $250,000 RAC Intellibus can shuttle 11 passengers and is capable of a 28 mph speed.

Mobility| August 19, 2016

Uber partners with Volvo to develop autonomous cars

The base vehicles will be manufactured by Volvo Cars and then purchased from Volvo by Uber. The companies are contributing  a combined $300 million to the project.

Mobility| August 18, 2016

Ford unveils plans for driverless car fleet by 2021

The SAE-rated level 4-capable vehicle will not have a steering wheel or gas and brake pedals. It is being specifically designed for commercial mobility services, such as ride sharing and ride hailing, and will be available in high volumes.

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