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PAVE announces new Board members

October 7, 2021 | PAVE Announcements

PAVE welcomes the following new additions to its Board of Directors: Wiley Deck – VP of Government Affairs & Public Policy at Plus Gretchen Effgen – VP of Go-to-Market and Marketing at Motional Finch Fulton – VP of Policy & Strategy at Locomation Doug Greenhaus – Chief Regulatory Counsel,…

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Meet the Inclusive Design Challenge Semifinalists with PAVE!

July 14, 2021 | PAVE Announcements

Of all the potential benefits of automated vehicles, the opportunity to bring personal mobility and autonomy to the lives of people with disabilities is one of the most under-appreciated. Creating accessible transportation will require incredible innovation, and programs like the U.S.

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Join PAVE’s Virtual Panels!

January 27, 2021 | PAVE Announcements

Join us for PAVE’s weekly virtual panels! PAVE’s virtual panels assemble prominent voices in the automated vehicle space to discuss all aspects of the technology and its potential societal effects. Join the conversation every Wednesday at 2pm ET/11am PT.  Registration is free and open to the public and can be…

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PAVE Statement on Safe Public Road Testing and Nomenclature

October 23, 2020 | PAVE Announcements

PAVE Statement on Safe Public Road Testing and Nomenclature  Automated vehicles offer great potential for improving roadway safety, but it is critical to develop this technology in a safe and responsible way. Public road testing is a serious responsibility and using untrained consumers to validate beta-level software on…

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PAVE releases report on its first two years

September 29, 2020 | PAVE Announcements

PAVE will reach its two-year anniversary in January, so we created a report to look back on how far we’ve come. Take a look through the report, which chronicles PAVE’s activities and growth — and our passion for the future of transportation. Click on the pages below to…

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