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The United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) announced ten automated vehicle proving ground test sites that will form a Community of Practice with the goal of advancing autonomous and connected vehicle technology.
Randy Iwasaki, executive director of the Contra Costa County Transportation Authority, which operates GoMentum Station in Concord, Calif., said he was “honored to be selected as one of the ten locations in the United States. This is the only technology on the planet that can help reduce traffic fatalities to zero.”
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The June 2016 eNewsletter introduces the CCTA Board's tranformative 30-year Transportation Expenditure Plan, announces a closure of I-80 on June 18-19, gives an update on GoMentum Station and features highlights of the Redefining Mobility Summit and Bike to Work Day. Read our newsletter.
The Highway 4 Corridor Project, led by California’s CCTA, will expand and modernize Highway 4 to accommodate increased traffic volumes and future construction of commuter rail in the fast-growing eastern portions of Contra Costa County, near San Francisco. Read the article