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CONCORD, CA – Today, Honda announced that it has commenced testing of its automated and connected vehicle technology at the Concord Naval Weapons Station (CNWS) in the San Francisco Bay Area. Under the terms of an agreement reached with the Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) in conjunction with the City of Concord, Honda will use the newly branded “GoMentum Station” test-bed site at the CNWS to advance its technologies....

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(C. Cardno, 2015) – A World War II-era naval weapons station in California is being transformed into a test facility for the most modern of transportation modes: automated vehicles. A decommissioned naval weapons station in Concord, California, will serve as a real-world test bed for vehicles fitted with the latest technology, including fully automated, driverless cars. The base features 20 mi of roadway a variety of alignments...

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CONCORD, CA – The Contra Costa Transportation Authority and Mercedes-Benz Research and Development North America, Inc. (MBRDNA) announced a new agreement to partner with the City of Concord and the United States Navy to bring self-driving cars to Contra Costa. Under the agreement, the Contra Costa Transportation Authority and Mercedes-Benz Research & Development Northern California (MBRDNA) have licenses to test cutting edge...

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