Michigan-based start-up May Mobility will test two self-driving shuttles in downtown Detroit next month.
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Arlington (TX) is testing two automated shuttles to provide connections between local sports stadiums and parking lots.
The Central Ohio Transit Authority is looking at autonomous shuttles as part of its long-range plan, and the union representing bus drivers is concerned.
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.
An autonomous all-electric shuttle will be tested in downtown Las Vegas — the first such deployment on a public roadway in the U.S.
Auto company Ford wants to help cities design urban transportation strategies that capitalize on new technology and innovative mobility solutions.
The Transit Wire is taking year-end break. Here’s a look at some of the trends in transit technology for 2016.
HART received funding from the Florida DOT to test an autonomous circulator in downtown Tampa.
Some stories you may have missed: Waze Carpool expands in Bay Area, self-driving vehicles get boost in California, and Austin gondola study is funded.