Intel and Strategy Analytics have joined forces to produce a new study that explores the future societal and economic potential of pilotless vehicles.
To build a thriving transit system, making thoughtful, rider-centric transportation investments will lead to more benefits down the road not only for your agency but also for the overall community.
Some of you may have noticed the discussion coming out of the annual South by Southwest conference in Austin earlier this month, about how so many attendees arrived in town expecting to use Uber or Lyft to get around but discovered both have been banned from the city. The stories and tweets poured in from frustrated people trying to figure out how to navigate a big city without their ridesharing lifeline they’d gotten so accustomed to having.
The transportation industry is rapidly evolving as public and private transportation sectors work together to offer more multimodal trip options for commuters. In the United States, we’re witnessing the rise of new technological advancements that are fueling the growth of these partnerships and the expansion of mobility options. But have you ever wondered what’s happening across the pond?