$1.1 Trillion Omnibus Appropriations Bill Passes House, Senate; Will Be Signed Into Law Today
Both chambers of Congress have now passed the $1.1 trillion omnibus appropriations package funding the federal government through the end of fiscal year 2017 on September 30, 2017. The legislation (taking the form of a previously unrelated bill, H.R. 244) will be signed into law by President Trump today, averting a government shutdown that would otherwise start at midnight tonight.
New Automated Vehicle Guide Delivers 18-Point Roadmap for Policymakers
Today, the Eno Center for Transportation released Beyond Speculation: Automated Vehicles and Public Policy. The report provides a much-needed set of recommendations that address the many policy issues that face automated vehicles.
Cities Now Exploring Autonomous Buses – But Is It Worth It?
On March 28, the City Council of Arlington, Texas approved a six-month lease of two EZ10 driverless shuttles from the French startup EasyMile, with a six-month option to renew. The vehicles, which can transport up to a dozen people at a time, will operate on a fixed course between parking lots and venues in Arlington’s entertainment district.
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@enotrans GA’s law defines full AVs as a vehicle that can drive itself without any human intervention https://t.co/i7HJ26DPRv
@enotrans Automating the task of driving could dramatically change or eliminate a number of occupations https://t.co/v8d51g9uSY via @EnoTranspoWkly
@enotrans Anthony Foxx, Robert Moses, & the Future of Mobility https://t.co/tBgFtOW4YV via @gregoryrrogers #TimetoBuild cc: @AtlanticLIVE @anthonyfoxx
@enotrans RT @T4America: .@rpuentes/@EnoTrans on declining transit ridership and what can be done about it. Tip #1: redesign the bus network https://…
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