Assessing Cavnue’s big bet on AV infrastructure

With tens billions of dollars pouring into the space over the past decade, we've seen dozens of connected and automated vehicle (CAV) testbeds and regional initiatives emerge across the country. Some of these are purely economic development plays, without a research institution or major technology developer anchoring them; others are university-funded (often grant-aided) testbeds leveraging… Continue reading Assessing Cavnue’s big bet on AV infrastructure

A Transportation Agenda for Georgia’s General Assembly, 2021-2022 Edition

It's been a while since I've written here, in large part because the 2020 election, its aftermath, and other professional obligations have kept me busy. With the Georgia Assembly beginning its 2021-2022 session on January 11, I wanted to highlight a few key transportation priorities I'd like to see legislators pursue this year and next.… Continue reading A Transportation Agenda for Georgia’s General Assembly, 2021-2022 Edition