Main objective: Improve the instruments of regulation, management and planning of transport systems, through the use of digital data collection and autonomous vehicles technologies. a) Design and implementation of a technology-based pilot for the collection of mobility patterns for transport planning. B) Design strategies to promote the participation of people in data collection platforms for planning transport. c) Study the enabling conditions in regulation to facilitate the development of autonomous transport for passengers and cargo. d) Encourage instances for the implementation of assisted or autonomous driving vehicles pilots. e) Develop recommendations and propose strategies for the adoption of emerging technologies applied to transport and mobility. f) Study governance, roles and technical capacities that allows Chilean Government to face the challenges imposed by the technological advances.
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