Jan 29, 2020

Texas envisions a future where automated vehicles are an integral part of the way people and goods move throughout the state. Since 2017, Texas has deployed six automated vehicle passenger service pilots and has plans currently underway for three more. While much uncertainty still remains, Texas is charting a best course of action by sharing lessons learned and developing best practices across a network of public, research, and private stakeholders.

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The Spotlights are intended to be living documents. The Texas Innovation Alliance develops the Real-World Spotlights to capture lessons learned and best practices, creating a collective body of knowledge from which public transportation stakeholders may learn and contribute.  This series focuses on the automated vehicle passenger service deployments in Arlington, Frisco, Bryan/College Station, and Houston.  Each spotlight describes the pilot from concept through deployment, including collaboration; planning and detailed design; deployment, operations, and maintenance; data management; and community engagement.

The Spotlights are intended to be living documents. The Texas Innovation Alliance develops the Real-World Spotlights to capture lessons learned and best practices, creating a collective body of knowledge from which public transportation stakeholders may learn and contribute.  This series focuses on the automated vehicle passenger service deployments in Arlington, Frisco, Bryan/College Station, and Houston.  Each spotlight describes the pilot from concept through deployment, including collaboration; planning and detailed design; deployment, operations, and maintenance; data management; and community engagement.The Spotlights are intended to be living documents. The Texas Innovation Alliance develops the Real-World Spotlights to capture lessons learned and best practices, creating a collective body of knowledge from which public transportation stakeholders may learn and contribute. This series focuses on the automated vehicle passenger service deployments in Arlington, Frisco, Bryan/College Station, and Houston.  Each spotlight describes the pilot from concept through deployment, including collaboration; planning and detailed design; deployment, operations, and maintenance; data management; and community engagement.The Spotlights are intended to be living documents. The Texas Innovation Alliance develops the Real-World Spotlights to capture lessons learned and best practices, creating a collective body of knowledge from which public transportation stakeholders may learn and contribute.  This series focuses on the automated vehicle passenger service deployments in Arlington, Frisco, Bryan/College Station, and Houston.  Each spotlight describes the pilot from concept through deployment, including collaboration; planning and detailed design; deployment, operations, and maintenance; data management; and community engagement.

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