The U.S. Department of Energy awarded $18 million to four U.S. projects working on autonomous technology for light-duty passenger vehicles. The investment is part of the government’s commitment to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, and the awards will be used to advance AV technology toward a 30 percent reduction in overall energy usage. Read it here.
Argudin Writes on Female Leadership
Alejandra “Alex” Argudin, CAPP, CEO of the Miami Parking Authority and treasurer of IPMI’s Board of Directors, recently published an op-ed about COVID-19, women, and leadership (and parking and mobility) in the Miami Herald. Just ahead of International Women’s Day, it’s an inspiring, first-person story. We’re proud to be associated with you, Alex!
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New Jersey’s State Capital Launches Flowbird Mobility App
The City of Trenton made a monumental move last month in adopting the Flowbird mobility app. The touchless parking solution has already helped thousands of drivers find and pay for parking throughout the capital city. Designed as a complete solution, the system integrates reporting of all meter and mobile transactions, allowing the City to make smart, educated decisions for the future.