Washington is poised to embark on an experiment in electric car ferries that could eventually transform the largest ferry fleet in the nation. And little Skagit County is leading the way, as it moves to replace its old diesel-powered Guemes Island ferry with a battery-powered, zero emissions model.
Watch below as ACES Northwest Network co-chair Bryan Mistele shares how breakthroughs in location technology, connectivity and big data are poised to transform urban mobility. Mistele is President & CEO of INRIX, a leading provider of real-time traffic information, connected car services and analytics worldwide. INRIX is at the forefront of connecting cars to smarter cities and serves more than 350 blue-chip customers in more than 40 countries around the world. The company leverages big data analytics to reduce the individual, economic and environmental toll of traffic congestion.
Chris Bayley of ACES Northwest Network moderates a panel discussion on autonomous vehicles featuring Bryan Mistele, President & CEO of INRIX, and Kevin Wallace, Bellevue City Councilmember and President of Wallace Properties. Watch below!
Cascadia Center, a Seattle think tank and longtime advocate of the Highway 99 tunnel, is urging Gov. Jay Inslee to help save parts of Bertha for public display.
Self-driving cars are all well and good for cross-country trips, but what Madrona Venture Group’s Tom Alberg really wants to see is a self-driving bus that can take him on a winery tour.
Some tech-industry veterans in Seattle want to ban human drivers on a 150-mile stretch of I-5 between Seattle and Vancouver, B.C., and reserve it for self-driving vehicles.