Just Simply Science

Low speed automated driving (LSAD) systems, such as the autonomous pods are classed as a level 4 automated driving systems. They provide an opportunity for cities to reduce congestion and carbon emissions, thus contributing to net-zero targets. They currently tend to operate on predefined routes in low-speed environments, often being used in commercial, business or university campuses. Yet growth in this area has been hampered by a lack of international standards that define minimum performance and safety requirements to be met. However, the first international safety standard for a level 4 automated driving systems has just

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Simply Lifestyle

Data shows we’re experiencing record-high rents and apartment rentals with occupancy sitting over 95 percent, an all-time high. In turn, rates are rising month-over-month and it’s all due to a lack of equality with supply and demand. Report: Nashville takes top spot as city with most economic growth in 2021 People keep moving here and builders can’t keep up. Plus, there’s a lack of inventory in houses, so for some, apartment renting just makes sense. There are 21,663 market rate and affordable apartment units currently under construction in the Nashville Metro, with construction wrapping on

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Construction Review

House budget bill would boost OSHA and MSHA enforcement efforts: Appropriations Committee report House budget bill would boost OSHA and MSHA enforcement efforts: Appropriations Committee report Washington — The House Appropriations Committee is proposing a nearly $45 million increase to OSHA’s enforcement budget for fiscal year 2022, according to a committee report released July 14. The proposed OSHA budget in the Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill also includes an almost $16 million increase in compliance assistance over FY 2021, a nearly

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