The automatic emergency braking systems that will soon come standard on nearly all new cars don't reliably prevent crashes at the high speeds at which the overwhelming majority of roadway deaths occur, a new study finds.
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Public transit unlocks jobs, education, recreation, and other essential services for thousands of people across the country. But slow and unreliable service reduces access to opportunities for those who need it the most. Automated bus lane enforcement is a powerful tool to take back road space for transit riders