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New Jersey plans on-demand autonomous vehicle network in Trenton

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday announced he’s looking for vendors to support a new autonomous vehicle project in Trenton he’s calling the first of its kind in the U.S.

The project is called Trenton MOVES, or the Trenton Mobility and Opportunity: Vehicles Equity System project. Murphy said that by deploying 100 autonomous shuttles throughout the city, creating an on-demand transportation network, the state will attract technologists from around the country and boost the city’s underserved areas. Murphy’s office, along with New Jersey Department of Transportation Commissioner Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti, said the new project is designed to provide “safe, equitable, affordable, and sustainable” transportation options for Trenton’s approximately 90,000 residents.

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