Columbus, US is preparing

After beating out 77 other American cities in 2016 to win the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Smart City Challenge competition, Columbus, Ohio has emerged as the key arena for rethinking the future of transportation in mid-sized American cities. Leveraging $40 million in federal funding, over $430 million in total commitments have been secured for a variety of tech-enabled mobility innovation efforts. The campaign’s Connected Electric Autonomous Vehicles experiment hopes to launch in 2020 and involve six minibus driverless shuttles operating on three fixed routes in mixed traffic at the Easton Town Center, an outdoor retail, residential and jobs center in the city’s northeast.

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