CCAT Research Published in Journal of Transportation & Health

Aerial photo of an intersection that features connected vehicles and infrastructure. It also has features people using a variety of mobility modes including walking and biking

CCAT Research Published in Journal of Transportation & Health


The deployment of automated vehicles (AVs) may have a profound impact on mobility and safety. This includes increased mobility options for underserved communities and reduced traffic and travel costs. It isn’t all necessarily good news, though, according to a CCAT research project that was recently published

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CCAT Partners with U-M, Cavnue, and more on ‘Road of the Future’

CCAT Partners with U-M, Cavnue, and more on ‘Road of the Future’


Announced by Governor Gretchen Whitmer this afternoon, The Center for Connected and Automated Transportation is a partner in a project that will develop a first-of-its-kind corridor for connected and autonomous vehicles. Other partners on the project include Ford Motor Co., Mcity, U-M Transportation Research

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