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Driverless shuttle service coming to University of Michigan

Mobility| June 26, 2017

Will use two fully automated, 15-passenger, all-electric shuttles manufactured by French firm NAVYA to transport students, faculty and staff on a nonstop two-mile route.

NY MTA launches international innovative solution contest for subway system

Rail| May 31, 2017

The "MTA Genius Transit Challenge" is searching for the best ideas in each of three categories: How to improve NYC's subway signal system, how to bring better subway cars to the system, and how to increase communiations connectivity in subway tunnels.

Mobility| May 25, 2017

Op/Ed: This Memorial Day Weekend, Let’s Resolve to Use Tech to Make Roads Safer

AAA estimates 34.6 million people will travel by car, the highest number on the road in over a decade this holiday weekend. Unfortunately, the risk of a highway crash causing serious injury or death is still a reality.

May 2, 2017

Leveraging IoT to Modernize Small City Public Transit Systems

The rapid growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) device ecosystem, and the spread of high-speed broadband internet access combine to offer cities of all sizes the opportunity to modernize their mass transit systems. Doing so will enable officials to accomplish two long-standing goals: drive up the usage of public transportation and spur local economic development.

Rail| April 25, 2017

LILEE, Fluidmesh to demo, grow open platform capabilities for ‘Connected Rail’

The integration between the company's two solutions allows for a seamless switching between communication networks making it transparent for end-user applications that are sensitive to network latency.

March 7, 2017

Untangling the jumbled path towards the ultimate connected city

Smartphone owners feel connected much of the time, for better or worse. But shouldn’t that be the goal for physical movement as well, to be literally that connected — with a transportation system that could take one anywhere at any time? That’s a big ask. But what’s exciting is how realistic the vision is for cities that dramatically alter outdated transportation planning.

March 3, 2017

Building a 'smart city' starts with mass transit systems

Municipal officials worldwide are leveraging advances in mobile, communications and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to build so-called “smart cities” to deliver services more efficiently and improve the overall quality of life for their residents. That work begins with the mass transit system.

Mobility| February 23, 2017

Tampa enlists suppliers to launch connected vehicle tech downtown

Later this year, the Tampa Connected Vehicle Pilot will begin equipping buses, streetcars, and privately-owned vehicles with technology that will enable them to communicate with each other and with traffic signals, crosswalks, and other elements of the transportation infrastructure.

Mobility| January 26, 2017

Miami-Dade getting free Wi-Fi at 300 kiosks, buses, trains

Hailing it as the first step in developing one of the nation’s first fully integrated smart city ecosystems.

Mobility| January 5, 2017

Las Vegas summit highlights tech revolutionizing mass transit

Speakers focused on current actions making the emerging technology of advanced mobility a reality, including specific accomplishments and successful public/private partnerships.

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