The Innovation and Technology Committee was briefed Monday by Chief Innovation Officer Brian Dillard on autonomous vehicles coming to San Antonio.
City Council’s Innovation and Technology Committee will test autonomous vehicles on Monday as the City contemplates self-driving shuttles in Brooks.
San Antonians will soon get groceries from a driverless van, as H-E-B will begin testing autonomous delivery near its Olmos Park store later this year.
The City of San Antonio is seeking information for a potential autonomous vehicle pilot program that would inform how driverless cars are used.
Average weekday ridership is up nearly 5 percent on 11 routes that VIA Metropolitan Transit have improved in 2018, thanks to faster connections.
Some companies see the future potential for automobile industry disruption brought on by the combination of ridesharing and autonomous driver technology.
The introduction of autonomous vehicles presents an ethical dilemma as drivers make countless decisions on the road, many of them instantaneous judgments.
Of all the major industries, the transportation industry will likely be the most transformed during the upcoming decade.
Editor’s Note: This is the second of a bi-monthly column in partnership with South Texas Money Management.
Every passenger rail project that comes before voters these days gets hammered.