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  • Arriva joins forces with TomTom to slash bus CO2Arriva is working with TomTom Telematics with the aim of reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from 15,000 buses across the UK and nine European countries. Arriva says TomTom's telematics system... 05 July 2019
  • Continental offers right-turn assist for carsContinental has released a short-range radar which it says offers a right-turn assist function for passenger cars to help protect cyclists and pedestrians. It intervenes if the driver wants to... 05 July 2019
  • Siemens to take part in London Pride paradeSiemens Mobility has installed eight traffic lights showcasing a range of diversity images onto a Transport for London (TfL) parade float for tomorrow's London Pride parade. Siemens says four... 05 July 2019
  • Renault partners with Nissan and Waymo to explore AVsRenault has partnered with Nissan and Waymo to explore the commercial and regulatory issues related to autonomous mobility services in France and Japan. The French car manufacturer says the partners... 04 July 2019
  • Lack of funds holding back smart cities, says Wi-SunLack of investment is the biggest challenge to smart city development, according to half the people who took part in a poll. Wi-Sun Alliance says a fifth of participants in its survey point to... 04 July 2019
  • CurbFlow looks at PUDO in Washington, DCThe District Department of Transportation (DDoT) in Washington, DC is working with CurbFlow to carry out the next phase of its kerbside pick-up and drop-off (PUDO) programme. DDoT says the... 04 July 2019
  • Navya to operate AVs on open roads in JapanNavya has received approval from the Japanese government to operate autonomous vehicles (AVs) on open roads. The company is demonstrating its Autonom shuttles in Minato Ward, the business and... 04 July 2019
  • World Economic Forum: AVs face two big challengesAutonomous vehicles (AVs) will not be widely adopted unless tech issues and business cases are sorted out, says an expert at the World Economic Forum (WEF). In an interview with CNBC, Michelle... 03 July 2019
  • Car makers release paper for safe autonomous driving systemsA group of 11 companies including Audi and BMW have released a paper to help developers create safer automated driving solutions. Safety First for Automated Driving (SaFAD) says 12 principles -... 03 July 2019
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