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  • Together for Safer Roads Launches Global Program to Support Entrepreneurs Driven to Save Lives

    Today at the NYC 4th Annual Vision Zero Fleets Safety Forum, Together for Safer Roads (TSR) launched its Global Entrepreneur Program (GEP).
    Source: AFP

  • Atlanta’s Smart Corridor to Serve as “Living Lab” for Smart Transportation

    In the second installment of MetroLab’s Innovation of the Month series, we recognize the city of Atlanta and Georgia Institute of Technology, who recently launched their North Avenue Smart Corridor in mid-September.
    Source: Government Technology

  • Atlanta is Betting on a Smart Corridor to Reduce Traffic Jams

    Atlanta has launched an innovative pilot to test smart city technologies, not in a lab or university classroom, but on the streets. The SmartATL project recently opened what it’s calling a “Smart Corridor” along the well-traversed North Avenue.
    Source: Venture Beat

  • Ryder Continues Leadership in Advanced Vehicle Technologies

    Ryder System, Inc. announced today that the Company is expanding its commitment to innovative safety technologies. As a proud member of TSR, Ryder joins its fellow private sector coalition members in leveraging the day as an opportunity to promote and raise awareness of safe driving practices.
    Source: American Journal of Transportation

  • Atlanta Tests Self-Driving Vehicle in Heart of the City

    The test on North Avenue in the city’s bustling Midtown area meant that Atlanta has become one of the largest urban areas to test autonomous vehicles, joining Sao Paulo and Shanghai.
    Source: The Washington Post

  • Atlanta Tests Self-Driving Vehicle in Heart of the City

    The test on North Avenue in the city’s bustling Midtown area meant that Atlanta has become one of the largest urban areas to test autonomous vehicles, joining Sao Paulo and Shanghai.
    Source: The New York Times

  • Atlanta Tests Self-Driving Vehicle in Heart of the City

    Atlanta successfully tested a self-driving vehicle on one of the city’s busiest streets Thursday.
    Source: U.S. News & World Report

  • Atlanta Testing Autonomous Vehicle Technology

    Atlanta and multiple technology partners have begun a Smart City Project test program with sensors and cameras to allow autonomous vehicles and conventional motorists safer driving.
    Source: Associated Press

  • Event Presents Initiatives to Improve Traffic Safety

    Under UN incentive, companies engage and exchange information to reduce traffic deaths.
    Source: The State of São Paulo