What is the TEXAs CAV Task Force?
On January 22, 2019, with the support of Governor Greg Abbott, the Texas Department of Transportation announced it was creating a Connected and Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) Task Force to become a central point for CAV advancement in Texas. As transportation technology advances, the CAV Task Force will ensure that the Lone Star State remains at the forefront of innovation.”
Texas CAV Task Force
What are the activities of the Texas CAV Task Force?
How does CAV impact me as a Texas driver?
How can my business participate?
What's new in CAV research and development?
High Interest Topics
- Parkopedia: In-car parking information ranked as the most valuable connected car feature by drivers globallyParking space availability information has overtaken traffic information to be listed as the most crucial in-car feature for motorists worldwide, according to 4,990 respondents in a recent global survey
- Cruise Robotaxis Spotted Tangled In Caution Tape And Downed Wires After SF StormThe driverless cars were at the wrong place at the wrong time.
- AAA survey reveals fear of self-driving cars is on the riseNorth American safe mobility advocate AAA has revealed the results of its latest annual automated vehicle survey showing that while there is still a high level of interest in partially automated vehicle technology, attitudes toward fully self-driving vehicles have become increasingly apprehensive.
- Self-driving startup Gatik to double workforce, strikes Kroger dealSelf-driving trucking startup Gatik will double its workforce by year-end, a top executive said after it announced a deal on Wednesday with grocer Kroger Co to transport goods within its Dallas, Texas network.