The following newspaper, TV, magazine, and other media articles mention CTR research or include comments from CTR-affiliated researchers and faculty.
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- August 7: Electric, self-driving buses coming to Austin ~ Daily Texan
- July 30: UT survey wants input on vehicle inspections ~ Valley Morning Star
- July 27: Q & A with Autonomous Expert, Transportation Professor Kara Kockelman ~ Driverless Revolutions
- June 8: Today’s Transit Wonk Must-Read: Why Frontage Roads Are Bad for Communities ~ D Magazine
- April 26: Why you shouldn’t expect those scooters to disappear any time soon ~ KXAN
- April 25: Once disruptors, ride-hailing firms now ‘major player’ at Austin airport ~ Austin-American Statesman
- April 1: Dockless electric scooters may be coming to University area ~ Daily Texan
- March 25: Wear – Arizona death put road testing of robo-cars in the spotlight ~ Austin-American Statesman
- March 16: Artificial Intelligence: Not Science Fiction, but Science Reality. Part 2 ~ MeriTalk
- March 2: News of the Day: Waymo Self-Driving Cars May Soon Be Testing in San Antonio, Self-Driving Cars Are Allowed on Arizona Roads Without a Human Behind the Wheel ~ FutureCar
- February 20: UT Austin Staff Look to Tackle Flood Response and Prevention in Texas ~KXAN
- February 20: Official Wants Driverless-Only Lanes on Busy Texas Highway ~ GovTech
- February 20: Plans leaked detailing Capmetro’s new light rail ~ The Daily Texan
- February 19: Bexar commissioner wants driverless lanes on I-35 ~ San Antonio Express-News
- February 16: As The Domain catches eyes of developers, traffic congestion concerns grow ~KXAN
- February 8: Texas implements law to allow self-driving cars to flourish ~KXAN
- January 17: Part of Trump’s infrastructure plan could hit roadblock in Texas ~Spectrum News
- January 4: How Could AI Alleviate Major Traffic Problems ~Newswire
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