Service Locations

Beep’s autonomous technology and mobility services meet the demand for alternative modes of transportation within communities, campuses, and municipalities. Our proven solutions within geo-fenced areas at a controlled speed enhance connectivity, relieve traffic congestion and alleviate parking problems while improving the quality of life for the communities we serve.


Altamonte Springs, FL

Altamonte Springs

Beep and Altamonte Springs have partnered to deliver a first-of-its-kind phased autonomous shuttle pilot to explore alternative transit modes and offer solutions for the changing economic and urban landscape. Within the last phase of the project, the electric, shared and autonomous shuttle network called CraneRIDES will provide residents and visitors first and last-mile connectivity from the city’s main retail hub, to the regions commuter rail.

Cary, North Carolina

Town of Cary

NCDOT and Beep are working in partnership to explore applicable use cases for shared, electric, and autonomous shuttles for communities in North Carolina. The partnership will enable NCDOT to expand its understanding of autonomous technology with the CASSI program and further Beep’s safe testing of autonomous shuttles in real-world environments.

Jacksonville, Florida

Jacksonville Transportation Authority

Through a public and private partnership, the Jacksonville Transportation Authority is helping support the rigorous testing of autonomous vehicles in order to expand mobility possibilities for their community.

Lake Nona, Florida

Move Nona

The Move Nona deployment is the largest and longest running autonomous vehicle network in North America, with five routes connecting residential, commercial, retail, recreational, and medical services within the 17-square-mile development.

Miami, Florida

Zoo Miami

Beep created an autonomous shuttle route for Miami Dade Department of Transportation & Public Works through a funding opportunity with the Knight Foundation Autonomous Vehicle Grant Initiative. The Zoo Miami pilot allows DTPW the ability to explore alternative mobility solutions to inform Miami-Dade County’s future approach to autonomous vehicles.

Peachtree Corners, Georgia

Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners

Peachtree Corners is working with Beep to advance the reality of connected and autonomous shuttles, which will help provide alternative transportation options to communities across the country.

Port St. Lucie, Florida

Tradition In Motion

Tradition in Motion enhances mobility and connectivity within this planned development using an autonomous vehicle network to connect various residential areas to the goods and services across a 15 square mile community.

Jacksonville, Florida

Mayo Clinic

Using autonomous vehicles to transport COVID-19 specimens, the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida was able to safely move thousands of test samples from a drive-through site to their lab for processing with no attendant onboard to limit risk of exposure.

Peoria, Arizona

City of Peoria

Robo Ride and Robo Ride Medical provided the City of Peoria with a reliable autonomous service for residents, seniors and visitors in two areas within the city.

Pinellas County, Florida


Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority partnered with Beep to create a first-mile, last-mile solutions in a variety of communities within Pinellas County.

Tampa, Florida


Working with Beep, Hillsborough Regional Area Transit authority launched autonomous vehicle solutions for a dedicated transit corridor in an urban environment and the scenic Tampa Riverwalk.


Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park partnered with Beep to launch the first automated shuttles in a national park setting. The goal is to test the feasibility and sustainability of autonomous shuttles to guide long-term management decisions regarding transportation in national parks.

San Ramon, CA


CCTA and Beep are partnering to test autonomous shuttle platforms at a variety of locations throughout the county. CCTA is exploring how low-speed, autonomous, electric, and shared vehicles can enhance existing services, test how mobile apps for ride-hailing, understand traveler needs, and guide the long-term transportation planning strategy.