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marcuscnelson

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MOVE2027: JTA’s Strategic Plan
« on: June 22, 2022, 03:00:38 PM »
JTA released their FY23-27 Strategic Plan yesterday, branded MOVE2027.

https://www.jtafla.com/media/qurjxgoz/2022_0620_move2027_strategic_plan_v1-2.pdf

The plan details their anticipated activities over the next five years and beyond. It includes initiatives across their internal operations, transit systems, and construction projects.
So, to the young people fighting in this movement for change, here is my charge: march in the streets, protest, run for school committee or city council or the state legislature. And win. - Ed Markey

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Re: MOVE2027: JTA’s Strategic Plan
« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2022, 02:21:32 AM »
I watched NOVA on PBS tonight about self driving vehicle technology - how it works and is developed, where it is currently at and what the prospects are for it (view it online at https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/video/look-whos-driving/ ).

Let me just say we have a good ways to go to "level 5" full autonomy and anything less than isn't all that useful for a variety of mostly safety reasons.

Some people believe we will never quite match a human driver.  At best, society will have to decide if it is worth some people dying by autonomous vehicle failures in return for such deaths being less than we currently see with human drivers as perfection on public roads in all situations is unlikely.

Left me again scratching my head about JTA's plans for open road ATV's.  The show should be required viewing for JTA board members and other City officials.