On August 7, 1997, along a stretch of the 15 freeway near Miramar, San Diego, a fleet of 21 vehicles began a Congressionally-mandated demonstration of an automated highway system. The future of self-driving cars was on full display, and ITS Berkeley was there. Read more at the LAist.
Partners for Advanced Transportation Technology's Steven Shladover comments on There’s a driverless bus in the East Bay, but you can’t ride it yet and autonomous vehicle safety at KALW.
Susan Shaheen, co-director of the Transportation Sustainability Research Center at the University of California, Berkeley talks about shared services may both complement and compete with car sharing to the Wall Street Journal.