Showing 20 ideas for tag "licensing"

The Government's Role

Traveler Information Sharing and Management Policy

Travelers with disabilities may be willing to share certain personal information to receive customized services based on their disability. For example, mobility impaired persons may benefit from a service tailoring the pickup locations or vehicle types, or vision impaired persons may benefit from assistance locating the vehicle. Sharing personal information can enable benefits, but also has potential privacy and safety... more »
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1.40 Value: 8.75
Cost: 6.25
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The Government's Role

An Iterative Approach to Accessible Transportation

An increasing number of local and regional government and transportation agencies are establishing offices of innovation and embracing initiatives that test and offer cutting edge technologies to improve the wellbeing of the people they serve. Autonomous vehicle technology that serves people with disabilities can be implemented iteratively, improving at each stage. This is not a traditional approach for the public sector,... more »
Impact Ratio
1.42 Value: 8.88
Cost: 6.25
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The Government's Role

We need more affordable, accessible and available transportation

I would like to see the government encouraging stakeholders in the community to begin talking and planning for the future of transportation. Maybe via creative grants or prioritizing transportation collaborations with various agencies. We need more affordable, accessible and available transportation options. We all should be looking for options that create a "Win-win" situation.

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The Government's Role

Highly Automated Vehicles Should Not Require a Licensed Driver

Many individuals with disabilities are unable to obtain a valid driver’s license. Some will never be able to obtain a license under the current regulatory structure, while others, such as those with epilepsy, may experience temporary restrictions on driving until an improvement is seen in that condition. In either case, requiring autonomous vehicle passengers to hold a valid driver’s license is a needless restriction... more »
Impact Ratio
1.33 Value: 7.00
Cost: 5.25
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