Thursday, October 28, 2021

Weekend round-up

Some stories you may have missed last week: Columbus and Toronto to experiment with driverless shuttles. The post Weekend round-up appeared first on TheTransitWire.com.

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...

DART launches flexible services

DART is introducing flexible transit options, including trip planning and ticketing via upgraded mobile application, microtransit, and dynamic carpooling. The post DART launches flexible...

Detroit to test new mobility options

A public-private partnership is testing a set of 10 mobility options for Detroit (MI). The post Detroit to test new mobility options appeared first on...

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...

VTA uses cameras to collect tech shuttle data

The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority is using cameras to track corporate shuttles after local business groups declined to share data. The post VTA uses...

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...

NAVYA ARMA Steals Autonomous Vehicle Spotlight at APTA Expo

NAVYA, a French leader in autonomous vehicle technology and innovation, garnered much attention at the 2017 American Public Transportation Association (APTA) Expo with its...

Florida community to run autonomous shuttles

A new town currently under construction in southwest Florida will start running autonomous shuttles next month.Babcock Ranch will offer its 50,000 residents an array of...

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