In 2012, the same year that Spartan Superway started, we reached out to the City while they were doing their ATN study and in Director Larsen’s report to City Council, he wrote this:
Provide mentorship to San José State University for their research and development efforts related to ATN systems.
Our government relations included:
We are currently collaborating with the Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI) and City of San José Department of Transportation
Rendering courtesy of Juan Mendez, RODZ+
In response to the City of San José RFI regarding future transit options from the Mineta San José International Airport to Diridon Station, Stevens Creek and beyond, several organizations publised their proposals:
- The General Transportation Fund [pdf]
- Podcar City Conference [pdf]
- Southern Illinois University Masters of Architecture [pdf]
- Spartan Superway [pdf]
- The Urban International Design Contest [pdf]
Rendering courtesy of General Transportation Fund
We submitted a proposal [pdf] to City of San José RFI . At the same time, we submitted a preliminary design review [pdf] to City of San José planning for getting a permit to build a prototype at 1555 South 7th Street.
Images courtesy of AJ Snytsheuvel & Barry Swenson Builder
2015-09 Conceptual Model of an ATN-Enhanced Urban Village with interview
Video courtesy of INIST, Encitra
The City of San José Department of Transportation evaluated its decision to develop an Automated Transit Network in and around the Norman Y. Mineta San José International Airport.
The analysis was conducted by representatives of the The City of San José Department of Transportation: Arup North America, Ltd. (Arup) [pdf] and The Aerospace Corporation (Aerospace) [pdf].
Images courtesy of Arup North America, Ltd. (Arup) and The Aerospace Corporation (Aerospace)