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CCTA Autonomous Test Day

May 15, 2017, 10 AM - 2:00 PM

A day trip to the GoMentum Station, the nation's largest secure testing facility for autonomous and connected vehicle technology. Limited spots available (only 98 available).

Why Go?

Tour the nation's most secure testing facility
Tour the nation's most secure testing facility

Attendees will be transported from Santa Clara Convention Center to The GoMentum Station and tour the entire facility. Take a sneak of what you'll see here.

Meet with Leading Executives
Meet with Leading Executives

Attendees will have a chance to meet with the leading executives, who are on the forefront of building autonomous vehicles.

Network with CCTA Partners
Network with CCTA Partners

Meet with the public/private partners who helped build the GoMentum Station.

See the list of CCTA Partners below.

What is the GoMentum Station?

GoMentum Station in Concord, California is the nation’s largest secure testing facility for autonomous and connected vehicle technology. 

The Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) and its partners that built the station lead a collaborative effort in bringing together automobile manufacturers, communications companies, technology companies, researchers and public agencies with the aim of accelerating the next generation of transportation technologies.

Formerly a naval weapons station, the 5,000 acre GoMentum Station is now the center of cutting edge transportation research. The innovative technology being explored at GoMentum Station will redefine the next generation of transportation, helping to reinvent the ways we will move through our communities over the next 25 years.

CCTA Partners

GoMentum Station is built on a public/private partnership model, allowing the private sector space to innovate & test, and allowing the public sector to have access to new technologies as they are being developed.