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Terri Johnson

Terri Johnson

Program Manager, Research and Innovation Program Manager, Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA)
Terri has supported the heavy-duty transportation industry for the past 15 years. With a passion for research and innovation, Terri has worked with numerous stakeholders to advance connected automated vehicles, zero emissions vehicles, digital twins, and virtual reality platforms that are accelerating growth for the commercial transportation industry. Current and recent trials include: - The Alberta Zero Emissions Truck Electrification Collaboration (AZETEC) project that has developed, tested, and will operate 2 heavy-duty fuel cell electric vehicles designed for Canadian climates, weights, and long-haul operations. - The Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Development (EVID) project that has designed and will now operate Alberta’s first hydrogen fueling station for heavy duty-vehicles, - The Cooperative Truck Platooning System (CTPS) trial, Canada’s first on-road heavy-duty SAE Level 2 autonomous vehicle trials, and - The Hydrogen Vehicle Demonstrations that provide AMTA carrier members with the opportunity to utilize nine hydrogen vehicles in their business operations for a period of two weeks. This trail is increasing the awareness of alternative fuel vehicles, collecting vehicle performance data, and reducing emissions in the heavy-duty transportation sector while advancing Canada’s net zero mobility goals.