NYS Entity Status
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MAY 15, 2014
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NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - FLAVIO'S SHUTTLE TRANSPORTATION CORP
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- This Morning with Gordon Deal May 03, 2017
By firstname.lastname@example.org (Compass Media Networks) - Wednesday May 3, 2017
GOP bill hung up on pre-existing conditions, Hillary Clinton points to Comey, Russia, sexism for loss, and NYC man honoring friend by flushing his ashes down ballpark toilets.Source: The Wall Street Journal: Wall Street Journal This Morning
- The Royal Flush: A $6400 Toilet
By Andy Jordan - Monday Apr 25, 2011
Kohler has created what it hopes to be a best-in-class toilet that costs $6400. WSJ's Andy Jordan gives the smart-toilet a whirl.Source: The Wall Street Journal: Andy Jordan's Tech Diary
- Subway Delays, Again, Disrupt Commutes; L.I.R.R. Will Offer Some Discounts
By EMMA G. FITZSIMMONS - Tuesday Jun 20, 2017
In what has become a seemingly weekly ritual, a series of problems cropped up across the city during the morning rush, including signal issues and a train with mechanical problems.Source: NYT > Home Page
- 5 awesome new Lyft features that will make you say, 'Isn't that an existing means of transportation?'
By Max Knoblauch - Tuesday Jun 20, 2017
Here at Lyft, we care about two things: honesty and innovation. Also, admitting when we've made a mistake. Also driving or whatever.
Now, if Lyft's new service, dubbed "Lyft Shuttle" seems familiar, that's because it is a bus. Who knew?
Making preset stops along a preset route in a shared vehicle has existed for several years, apparently. So, as it turns out, we here at Lyft invented the bus and called it Lyft Shuttle. And you know what? That's okay. Everyone makes mistakes, including us. And we are copping to it. Read more...More about Watercooler, Humor, Lyft, Ridesharing, and Lyft Shuttle Source: Mashable!
- Navya driverless shuttles to begin ferrying University of Michigan students this fall
By Darrell Etherington - Wednesday Jun 21, 2017
Navya will deploy two of its driverless multi-passenger shuttles this fall at the University of Michigan, moving students autonomously between Michigan’s North Campus Research Complex and its Lurie Engineering Center across a two-mile route. The 15-passenger vehicles are being deployed in conjunction with Mcity, the University of Michigan-led partnership with autonomous private… Read More
- Self-driving shuttle will take a few lucky college students to class next year
By Brett Williams - Wednesday Jun 21, 2017
University of Michigan engineering students will get a slick new ride to class starting next school year — no driver necessary.
The University's MCity self-driving development hub just announced its plans to launch a free autonomous shuttle service in the school's North Campus. It's the first time the self-driving program has offered services outside of the 32-acre complex, which opened in 2015.
The shuttle will run a non-stop, two-mile route between the Lurie Engineering Center and the university’s North Campus Research Complex, so students won't be able to take advantage of the autonomous transport for their extracurricular activities, if you know what I mean. Read more...More about Autonomous Vehicles, Self Driving Cars, Navya, University Of Michigan Research, and Mcity
- University Will Offer Free Rides In Driverless Shuttles On Campus Next Fall
By Mary Beth Quirk - Wednesday Jun 21, 2017
Students and faculty at the University of Michigan campus in Ann Arbor will have another option for getting around campus next fall, when the school will offer free rides in driverless shuttles. The university’s autonomous and connected vehicle research center Mcity will run the program, which will allow researchers to gain some insight into how such services work in the …Source: The Consumerist
- University of Michigan launches its own self-driving shuttle service
By David Curry - Friday Jun 23, 2017
The University of Michigan is trialling its own self-driving shuttle service, taking students on a two-mile trip from the North Campus Research Complex to the Lurie Engineering Center. The Navya Arma shuttle will take 15 passengers at a time, and students ride for free. To start, the university is running two shuttles on the route, on regular business hours. See Also: Detroit passes Silicon Valley as center for self-driving research Michigan has become a hotbed for self-driving development, thanks to the university’s heavy investment and the state’s legalization of self-driving cars...Read MoreSource: ReadWriteWeb