Autonomous Systems

New autonomous vehicle map shows on-road test sites

by • 2 months ago

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration launched a new online map this week, designed to spur public interest in autonomous vehicles and encourage intergovernmental collaboration.

Michigan plans 40-mile autonomous vehicle research corridor

by • 3 months ago

A stretch of highway outside of Detroit will become a new test bed for connected and autonomous vehicle research and the site of 12 "opportunity zones" in an economic development project.

Michigan launches autonomous vehicle development office

by • 4 months ago

The new Office of Future Mobility and Electrification will guide policy around autonomous vehicles and the infrastructure needed to support connected vehicles.

Ohio gets $4.4M for autonomous trucking corridor

by • 5 months ago

Together with the Indiana Department of Transportation, Ohio will test new AV tech on a stretch of Interstate 70 running between Columbus and Indianapolis.

Michigan creates future mobility office, 'electrification' council

by • 8 months ago

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed two executive orders forming new bodies she says will "solidify Michigan as a global leader in mobility."

Parking on-demand, road safety apps in latest Michigan mobility grants

by • 8 months ago

Four companies received more than $300,000 to fund innovative transportation and parking projects around Michigan.

Uber wins approval to test self-driving cars in California

by • 9 months ago

The ride-hailing company is ramping back up on autonomous vehicle testing after a collision in March 2018 that killed a pedestrian.

Autonomous delivery vehicles to hit California roads in January

by • 10 months ago

From pizza to parcels, deliveries in California will soon come by autonomous vehicles that may or may not have someone watching from behind the wheel.

AV standards 'insufficient' for manufacturers, agency heads say

by • 11 months ago

Autonomous vehicles need federal safety standards more stringent than an existing patchwork of inconsistent state regulations, U.S. transportation officials told the Senate Commerce Committee.

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