Population: 950,715 / Mayor Steven Adler
The City of Austin will harness the power of technology and data to help people shift their travel behaviors in ways that work for them, advance societal goals for climate action and sustainability, keep people safer on our streets, and power up economic vitality.
Smart mobility involves deploying new technology to move people and goods through our city in faster, safer, cleaner, more affordable, and more equitable ways. The Austin Transportation Department seeks to foster creative, mutually beneficial partnerships to carry out real-world testing of smart mobility technology, such as shared, autonomous, connected, and electric vehicles.
Open RFPs and Challenges
Due: August 3, 2018
The Austin Transportation Department (ATD) is interested in exploring existing and new capabilities of commercially available Personal Delivery Devices (PDDs), specifically information on device capabilities, features, and required infrastructure. ATD is issuing this Request for Information to determine the marketplace's interest in and the feasibility of PDDs to operate safely and efficiently within the City.
Private sector organizations wishing to propose smart mobility projects not listed as calls for partnerships should submit a Public-Private Partnership Opportunity Expression of Interest Form.