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Japanese operator Meiko Bus has implemented a mobile ticketing system across its network, including on its busy Shirahama Onsen route.
Toyota has begun construction on its new smart city, which will feature three different types of streets and will be dominated by autonomous vehicles.
Beginning in Japan, the companies will collaborate on the testing and deployment of autonomous and on-demand transportation solutions.
Japan Airlines and Sumitomo Corporation have agreed to develop the air mobility industry with Bell by utilising eVTOL.
The Woven City will allegedly be a fully-connected ecosystem powered by hydrogen fuel cells with full-time residents and researchers.
Japan and France are one step closer to driverless vehicles as Groupe Renault and Nissan to become the first automotive manufacturers to explore driverless mobility.
Toyota Research Institute-Advanced Development and CARMERA, Inc. have announced a venture to develop camera-based automation of HD maps of roads for autonomous vehicles.
Automated lane-maintenance control, speed control, parking assist and alternating passage tests will all be incorporated in the test project.
A pilot project involving an autonomous taxi operating on Tokyo’s public roads will run until 8 September 2018, with the aim to be operating during the 2020 Olympics.
Passengers travelling in the same direction within the urban areas of Tokyo will now be collected and transported by shared mobility.
Pilot operations of the new taxi-hailing service will begin in autumn 2018, with no service charge applied to the taxi companies.
The service developed by Nissan and DeNA, Easy Ride, is expected to energise cities by enabling customers to discover new local destinations…