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Mobile Phone Accessibility Improves, But Gaps Remain, Study Finds
Mobile phones are increasingly more accessible by people with disabilities, but significant gaps remain, according to a newly published study from the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center for Wireless Inclusive Technologies (Wireless RERC) at the Georgia Institute of Technology.  Read More
Christopher Le Dantec and Ellen Dunham-Jones
Chamblee Explores Development of a Shared Autonomous Shuttle
Chamblee has been exploring a mode of transportation most cities haven’t adopted—shared autonomous vehicles or SAVs. City officials are partnering with Georgia Tech to launch a semi-autonomous shuttle downtown.  Read More
Making the Case for Urban Air Mobility in Atlanta
If you think Atlanta traffic is bad now, a recent UN study predicts that 70 percent of the world’s population will be living in urban areas by 2050. That’s a lot of cars on the roads come 5 o’clock. Or maybe not.  Read More