Tag: autonomous vehicles
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On March 14, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel released the New Transportation and Mobility Task Force report, “Roadmap for the Future of Transportation and Mobility in Chicago.” Chaired by former U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, the Task Force established a roadmap to support a 21st century, multi-modal transportation system that effectively integrates new mobility services and technologies.
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao announced creation of the Non-Traditional and Emerging Transportation Technology (NETT) Council, tasked with identifying and resolving jurisdictional and regulatory gaps that may impede the deployment of new technology, such as tunneling, hyperloop, autonomous vehicles, and other innovations.
The National League of Cities (NLC) released a report — “Fixing Funding by the Mile: A Primer and Analysis of Road User Charge Systems” — to guide local leaders on piloting road user charge (RUC) systems.
The 105th Purdue Road School has evolved from road and street issues to an event that covers the latest in all areas of transportation, including drones, e-scooters and other issues.
Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) began testing autonomous vehicle technology on low-volume roads as the initial phase of a pilot project scheduled to launch in Providence this spring.
Headquartered at the University of Kansas School of Engineering, a research team is envisioning what U.S. roads, highways, bridges and supporting infrastructure could look like in coming decades