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21 08 2017 01

ITS Australia has welcomed the latest of the country’s state governments starting connected and automated vehicle (CAV) trials on public roads, as it highlights Australia’s transport technology capabilities in the development, deployment and adoption of new mobility systems.

On August 11, the Victorian government announced an automated vehicle trial had commenced on the Monash-CityLink-Tullarmarine corridor in partnership with RACV, Transurban and VicRoads. The three-phase trial will also include vehicle manufacturers BMW, Mercedes, Tesla and Volvo, with phase one due to be completed this year.

It follows the announcement earlier this month that the New South Wales (NSW) state government had introduced the first automated vehicle trial in NSW in partnership with HMI Technologies, IAG, NRMA, the Sydney Olympic Park Authority and Telstra. The self-driving, fully electric passenger shuttle will be tested prior to operating on NSW’s public roads.

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