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Texas A&M adding tech to remotely control autonomous shuttle

Security and Safety | September 9, 2019

Can control vehicle in the event of obstructions, challenging road conditions, sensor malfunction, and difficult or hazardous driving.

How transit agencies can prepare for a driverless world

Technology| September 2, 2019

Agencies seeking success in an AV world should foster conversations about plausible futures informed by proper data analytics.

Management & Operations| August 7, 2019

Global Ground Transportation Institute names first board members

The group will work alongside GGTI staff to bring value to membership, create innovative educational content, and steer the ground transportation industry into the future.

Mobility| June 21, 2019

Local Motors' AV shuttle to serve Army, Marine Corp. base near D.C.

Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall won a regional fleet challenge, which asked entrants to propose use-case scenarios for the shuttle.

Mobility| June 20, 2019

First Transit to pilot shared AV service with Houston Metro, TSU

Transit agency is launching a circulator on a one-mile pedestrian walking loop on the campus of Texas Southern University.

Mobility| March 4, 2019

Local Motors debuts autonomous shuttle on California campus

Sacramento State competed in and won an Olli fleet challenge for presenting a best-use scenario for the eight-person vehicle.

Mobility| January 29, 2019

Denver launches first autonomous shuttle

The EasyMile shuttle will be programmed to make designated stops along predetermined routes.

Mobility| January 29, 2019

Anaheim, California launches app-based microtransit service

Visits several fixed stops based on riders' pick-up and destination requests within the Center City area.

Mobility| January 8, 2019

Torc Robotics, Transdev partner on autonomous shuttle platform

Torc is licensing its Asimov self-driving software stack and sensor suite architecture for the i-Cristal autonomous shuttle.

Mobility| December 5, 2018

Rhode Island DOT taps May Mobility for autonomous transit pilot

Under the terms of the public-private partnership, RIDOT will contribute $800,000 for the first year of operation.

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