In-Depth Focus: Connected & Autonomous Mobility
6 December 2023
The Connected & Autonomous Mobility In-Depth Focus in Intelligent Transport Issue 4 2023 features articles from the Michigan Department of Transportation and Stagecoach Bus discussing the transformative impact of connected and autonomous mobility, and how autonomous buses may eventually seamlessly coexist with traditional modes of transport.
Included in this Connected & Autonomous Mobility In-Depth Focus, which was first published in Issue 4 2023 of Intelligent Transport:
- Driving into the future: Michigan’s vision for connected and autonomous mobility
Jean Ruestman, Administrator of the Office of Passenger Transportation at the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT), spoke with Intelligent Transport’s Halimah Haque about the transformative impact of connected and autonomous mobility and its integral role within Michigan’s forward-looking transportation strategy.
- Stagecoach’s ground‑breaking autonomous bus project: Pioneering a new era in public transport
Stagecoach and its partners are proud to operate the UK’s first registered commercial bus service using a fleet of autonomous vehicles. The research and service design work that has gone into making AB1 a reality in East Scotland has been trailblazing. It has allowed the operator to demonstrate a real-world use case for self-driving technology. Stagecoach is doing it on real roads, carrying thousands of people, and it is helping to build public trust in this emerging industry by operating a safe, passenger-centric bus service… that drives itself. For Intelligent Transport, Steven Russell, Innovation Manager at Stagecoach Bus, shares a glimpse into the future of transportation, where autonomous buses seamlessly coexist with traditional modes of transport.
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