Thursday, October 28, 2021

Weekend round-up

Some stories you may have missed last week: Transit operators in California and Ohio move forward with autonomous vehicles testing. The post Weekend round-up appeared...

COTA drivers continue to fight driverless buses

Bus drivers for the Central Ohio Transit Authority took their fight against driverless buses to the Columbus City Council on Monday. The post COTA drivers...

Gainesville tests self-driving shuttle

The city of Gainesville (FL) has begun testing an automated shuttle, which will operate downtown. The post Gainesville tests self-driving shuttle appeared first on...

Report urges TfL to prepare for future technology

A report from the London Assembly says Transport for London is not prepared for the high-tech future of transportation. The post Report urges TfL to...

Is there a monorail in Fort Worth’s future?

Fort Worth transit and city officials are considering an elevated people mover to ease the city's traffic congestion. The post Is there a monorail...

MnDOT invited public to test autonomous shuttle

The Minnesota Department of Transportation invited the public to try out its autonomous shuttle as part of the Minneapolis Super Bowl festivities. The post MnDOT...

Maine to consider self-driving shuttles

The Maine legislature is considering a bill that would help clear the way for self-driving buses throughout the state. The post Maine to consider self-driving...

Weekend round-up

Some stories you may have missed: New safety app for St. Louis transit riders, more MTA countdown clocks, and partnership for autonomous bus technology. The...

Las Vegas driverless shuttle starts off with a bang

A self-driving shuttle was hit by a truck just an hour into the start of a year-long trial in downtown Las Vegas. The post Las...

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