Autonomous shuttle service may become a reality in Contra Costa County, marking a significant step towards the future of urban transportation.
Glydways raised $56M in Series B funding and was selected by the Contra Costa Transportation Authority and Tri Delta Transit (Authorities) ” for the initial segment of the Dynamic Personal Micro Transit project to increase public transit accessibility for the communities of Pittsburg, Antioch, Oakley and Brentwood ,” according to Finsmes.
These autonomous shuttles promise to enhance mobility while promoting sustainability. With the potential to bridge transportation gaps and provide increased connectivity, this could transform how people move within the county.
– Staff report, The East Bay 100