- Date: 10/15/2020
In a new proof-of-concept, the Departments of Transportation of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia will use connected vehicle data to help monitor and manage…
Driverless transportation will return to Arlington in March as the city continues testing best uses for the burgeoning technology.
As city staff and council members hash out details of a possible citywide expansion of the on-demand rideshare service Via, planners are gathering data and public opinion for Arlington’s latest autonomous vehicle pilot program, RAPID. The program is funded through a $1.7 million grant through the Federal Transportation Administration, and the city has partnered with Via, UT Arlington and autonomous vehicle startup May Mobility to launch the program in March.
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