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The Fremont Police Department in California has been testing electric vehicles for a few years and is in the process of making its fleet fully electric. However, full adoption can't occur until charge times are reduced.
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The goal — part of a sweeping null — comes five years ahead of a California state-mandated transition for heavy-duty trucks and exceeds efforts at the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike is poised to make millions by selling excess space on its network. The agency has nearly completed two projects totaling $95 million to install fiber-optic cable along roughly 220 miles of the highway.
The city has partnered with NASA to develop strategies for welcoming electric oversized drones, which take off vertically from landing pads called vertiports. The city’s first vertiport is planned for the Lake Nona area.
Las Vegas has entered into a partnership with Cox Communications to set up a “managed private network” in a public park. The system uses video surveillance, sensors and other technology to evaluate park activity.
The algorithms used to create the synthetics data for AI in autonomous vehicles was first designed for use in big Hollywood films. But the tools were specifically designed to depict white humans.
As a first step to phasing out diesel vehicles, the Central Ohio Transit Authority announced its first electrified buses. The transit agency said that it plans to remove all diesel vehicles by 2025.
The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International and Longbow Group hosted an event to showcase how drone technology — such as air taxis and other unmanned cargo transport — can be incorporated into society.
The Atlanta suburb known for smart city and connected vehicle developments will launch four electric, autonomous shuttles on a three-mile route. The project will use the city’s 5G-enabled V2X infrastructure.
New York's Thruway Authority has partnered with Northeast UAS Airspace Integration Research Alliances Inc. as part of an effort to inspect bridges using drones more effectively and efficiently.
Under The Boring Co. proposal, a fleet of company-driven Teslas would use the subterranean circuit to shuttle visitors between the airport and downtown, according to two people with knowledge of the discussions.
To address racial and ethnic disparities, Massachusetts lawmakers are considering reducing Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority fares and shoring up Internet infrastructure with American Rescue Plan Act funds.
The National Smart Coalitions Partnership was formed by regional smart city organizations from Colorado, Texas, Missouri, Illinois, Arizona and Florida with the goal of furthering collaborations across the country.
Many in government and industry think hydrogen has more potential than solar and wind to reduce carbon emissions and meet the country's energy needs, so New Mexico is positioning itself as a hydrogen energy leader.
As local communities like Holland tackle advancements in technology and reckon with growing resident demand for sustainability, electric vehicles (EVs) have reached the forefront of discussion.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation has unveiled the product of its $1.5 million investment: the Med City Mover, a small autonomous shuttle traveling on a 1.5-mile loop in the city of Rochester.