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Cutting-edge vehicle technology, including high-speed rail and personal rapid transit
Two driverless shuttles will operate on the University of Michigan campus starting this fall.
A UK entrepreneur wants to run buses with bio-fuel made from coffee waste.
The province of Ontario will study the feasibility of introducing hydrogen-powered trains on the GO Transit network.
Austin officials have turned down a proposal for an eight-mile gondola in their city, saying the project was better suited for niche applications.
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The Toronto Transit Commission is studying the pros and cons of autonomous transit vehicles in anticipation of future technology.
Some stories you may have missed last week: SEPTA launches travel wallet, moovel creates MobilityX accelerator, and Jacksonville hosts autonomous car demo.
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Autonomous vehicles can greatly improve urban mobility — but only if they complement public transportation networks — according to a report from UITP.