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A New Spin On Rideshare and Carshare -#SDC2022

As 2022 ends, autonomous technology which lowers the costs of and improves the quality of mobility is still just a promise. Fundamentally, technology must serve the needs of those who will use a given mobility solution. By starting with humans at the center of its efforts, Carolina RIDES+ is providing a foundation for understanding how […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment

The Long Run to Autonomous Vehicles

Autonomous vehicles (AV) provide the opportunity to correct government transportation failures is how the Brookings Institution’s Clifford Winston characterized the potential opportunity provided by autonomous vehicles. Winston spoke to the possible economic impact of autonomous vehicles in an online media briefing (YouTube video) that also included speakers from Princeton and the Reason Foundation who touched […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment Smart Driving Car Summit

A Drive to Be the New Blood Drive

Connecting volunteer drivers to seniors and others who need rides is the ultimate goal of America’s Volunteer Driver Center, explains Katherine Freund in the above interview. Speaking at the 5th Annual Princeton SmartDrivingCars Summit, Freund, Founder and President of the non-profit ITNAmerica, points to World War II Red Cross blood drives as the inspiration for […]

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Autonomous Vehicles, New Mobility & the Built Environment Smart Driving Car Summit

SmartDrivingCars On the Road to Trenton & Beyond – Day 1

[The following provides a summary of day 1 of the 5th Annual SmartDrivingCars Summit. This was a roving event as it started at Mayor Donnelly Homes, then proceeded to Trenton Central H.S., Trenton City Hall, the NJ DOT, West Windsor Senior Center, and finally ending at the township of Princeton. It featured the May Mobility […]

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Viodi View – 03/31/21

The conversion of supply chains to supply webs was the theme of a recent Wall Street Journal article by the ever-insightful Christopher Mims. The premise that companies that rely on single points of failure are vulnerable to outside events applies to the telecom world. From a national security perspective, competition in the last-mile network provides […]