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He’s Helping Pittsburgher Drivers Get The Green Light

The system helped reduce travel time through those intersections by an average of 25 percent, according to studies conducted by Traffic21, which turned the system on and off at different times of day. “It’s not because you’re driving faster but because you’re stopping less and not stopping for as long,” Smith says. The system now includes 50 lights, running from Penn Avenue at Bakery Square into Oakland on Baum Boulevard. Smith subsequently spun off a company, Rapid Flow Technologies, from CMU and licensed the technology he and his research group created, dubbed “Surtrac.” The company is receiving part of a recent $10.9 million federal grant to add another 150 lights to the system, including some Downtown.

The biggest auto parts supplier says there are 3 big hurdles holding back self-driving cars

John Dolan, principle systems scientist at Carnegie Mellon’s Robotics Institute, previously told Business Insider that urban canyons have been a challenge for self-driving cars.

“If you’re trying to do urban driving and depending on GPS to a large extent, then when you get into areas where there are a lot of tall buildings it’s hard to receive the GPS signal and you’ll have drop outs,” he said.

Stepper said Bosch is working on monitoring the “ego motion” of the vehicle to combat that problem.
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A study conducted at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health found a reduction in deaths of drivers who tested positive for opioid use after a car accident in states with medical marijuana laws after legalization.(Although the researchers were unable to test whether the opioid use was directly causing impaired driving, they could determine whether drivers had taken opioids prior to driving.) The upshot, according to the authors of the study: substituting weed for opioids to treat pain could save lives.

A study conducted at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health found a reduction in deaths of drivers who tested positive for opioid use after a car accident in states with medical marijuana laws after legalization tamiflu 75 mg.(Although the researchers were unable to test whether the opioid use was directly causing impaired driving, they could determine whether drivers had taken opioids prior to driving.) The upshot, according to the authors of the study: substituting weed for opioids to treat pain could save lives.

Uber Halts San Francisco Driverless Cars As DMV Revokes Test Fleet Registration

Uber’s puzzling defiance of a California requirement that it get a $150 permit to operate self-driving cars in San Francisco came to an end with the ride-hailing company announcing it was suspending the program. Uber had little choice: California’s Department of Motor Vehicles revoked registrations for its 16-vehicle test fleet earlier in the day.
“We’re now looking at where we can redeploy these cars, but remain 100 percent committed to California and will be redoubling our efforts to develop workable statewide rules,” the company said in a statement.
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Amazon’s Real Future Isn’t Drones. It’s Self-Driving Trucks

But citing sources familiar with Amazon’s business, The Journal says the company may be developing a mobile app for finding available trucks and matching them with available shipments. With this Uber-like app, the company can bring some added efficiency to the shipping market and help deal with that growing driver deficit.
But this is also why Amazon will undoubtedly push towards self-driving vehicles for its long-haul shipments in the years to come.
Uber itself is already moving in this direction, after acquiring the San Francisco self-driving-truck startup Otto.
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Silicon Valley Dominating Self-Driving Tech? Motor City Says Not So Fast

The city of Pittsburgh is also intent on competing with Detroit as a self-driving technopolis. Because of some pioneering research in self-driving technology at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh has emerged as a key development site.Uber is using autonomous cars to provide rides in one section of the city, a project for which Bill Peduto, the mayor, said he was happy to “roll out the red carpet.” Delphi Automotive, a maker of automobile components, is also working on self-driving systems in Pittsburgh.
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Pittsburgh’s Healthy Ride bike-sharing program to expand

Pittsburgh’s Healthy Ride bike-sharing system has received a $200,000 state grant to expand the number of stations it operates by 50 percent.
The program, which began about 18 months ago, has 50 stations across the city where riders can rent bicycles at one location, ride to another and leave the bike there. It will use the money from the state’s Multimodal Transportation Fund to increase the number of stations to 75, said Erin Potts, marketing director of the nonprofit Pittsburgh Bike Share that runs the program.
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