Cubic, UC San Diego To Develop Green Travel Tech

Cubic Corp. and the University of California in San Diego are partnering to research new travel technologies for cities, the company announced Thursday.

UC San Diego will receive $500,000 from the company to explore technology applications for green transportation over five years.

The partnership aligns with the company’s vision of future mobility, said Matt Cole, senior vice president of strategy and business development.

Cubic’s Nextcity vision provides travel choices to passengers through the integration of regional transport payments and traveler data for personalized information

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