- Date: 11/05/2020
An Innovation and Service Development grant from the Florida Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged (CTD) was awarded to UZURV in…
The City of Detroit Office of Mobility Innovation is launching a new shuttle pilot program next year to explore the promise self-driving technology holds in helping residents facing mobility barriers get to their destinations. The Detroit Automated Driving Systems (ADS) Shuttle program will utilize self-driving vehicle technology to get Detroiters who are age 65 and older or living with disabilities from their home to the store, doctor appointments, their job or other destinations at no cost to the rider.
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