Advanced Transit

Advanced transit networks have fully-automated operational capabilities that can often outperform conventional transit modes and complement our vehicle-highway system. They will typically have superior sustainability performance – social, economic and environmental – to all high-capacity alternatives. A wide range of concepts are embraced by ATRA in its vision to provide a sustainable transport network for the future.

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Advanced transit networks have fully-automated operational capabilities that can often outperform conventional transit modes and complement our vehicle-highway system. They will typically have superior sustainability performance – social, economic and environmental – to all high-capacity alternatives. A wide range of concepts are embraced by ATRA in its vision to provide a sustainable transport network for the future.

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Advanced Transit

Advanced transit networks have fully-automated operational capabilities that can often outperform conventional transit modes and complement our vehicle-highway system. They will typically have superior sustainability performance – social, economic and environmental – to all high-capacity alternatives. A wide range of concepts are embraced by ATRA in its vision to provide a sustainable transport network for the future.

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Advanced Transit

Advanced transit networks have fully-automated operational capabilities that can often outperform conventional transit modes and complement our vehicle-highway system. They will typically have superior sustainability performance – social, economic and environmental – to all high-capacity alternatives. A wide range of concepts are embraced by ATRA in its vision to provide a sustainable transport network for the future.

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Advanced transit networks have fully-automated operational capabilities that can often outperform conventional transit modes and complement our vehicle-highway system. They will typically have superior sustainability performance – social, economic and environmental – to all high-capacity alternatives. A wide range of concepts are embraced by ATRA in its vision to provide a sustainable transport network for the future.

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Innovative Transportation Technologies Archive Search

Search the archives of the worlds largest and most comprehensive database on next generation surface transportation technologies (including ATN) now in its 20th year - courtesy of Jerry Schneider and his Team

ATRA IG Viewpoint

BlogIT is the Blog on Innovative Transit, as published on behalf of the ATRA Industry Group to allow ATRA IG to share its views on issues in the advanced transit industry.

ATRA

The Advanced Transit Association (ATRA) is a non-profit organization aimed at increasing the knowledge and under- standing of innovative transit concepts. ATRA envisions a future when transportation will all be orchestrated for the convenience of people and their businesses – as well as for the benefit of our planet. More about ATRA >

PODCAR CITY & ADVANCED TRANSIT 2016 – NEWSLETTER / FULL PROGRAM

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SmartTransit 2016 – UPDATE – Letter to ATRA Members

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FIRST DUTCH DRIVERLESS VEHICLES

INSIGHTS INTO THE FIRST DUTCH DRIVERLESS VEHICLES Utrecht, 19 September 2016: Earlier today 2getthere hosted ‘insights in driverless transit’ at business park Rivium in the City of Capelle aan den IJssel, providing information about the key aspects related to the realization of automated vehicle systems. The ParkShuttle system at Rivium… Continue reading The post FIRST DUTCH DRIVERLESS VEHICLES appeared first on 2getthere.

Posted by: 2getthere
on 19 Sep 2016

New logo designs

2getthere welcomes Middle East and Asia with new design 2getthere is running worldwide projects where automated vehicles are driving in public transportation without a safety driver or steward. Since we have set up joint-ventures with SMRT in Asia and UTS in the Middle East, the next step is to set up… Continue reading The post New logo designs appeared first on 2getthere.

Posted by: 2getthere
on 27 Jul 2016

Insights in driverless transit

The development of self driving vehicles is growing tremendously. What is the impact of automated vehicles in public transport? How can we prepare the city for these self driving vehicles and specifically for public transport? What do you need to know to properly advice your customers which laws, standards and… Continue reading The post Insights in driverless transit appeared first on 2getthere.

Posted by: 2getthere
on 19 Jul 2016