Seamless and easy car-charging is the goal for drivers and the auto industry. But getting to complete interoperability is still an elusive target requiring widespread coordination among multiple stakeholders and standards.
A digital parking technology pilot in Arlington County, Va., is providing fresh, real-time data related to which areas of the city experience the highest parking demand and how to better manage those spaces.
A section of road in the Motor City is the first in the nation capable of wirelessly charging electric vehicles while in motion. The quarter-mile section of road is near the city’s downtown area.
The small historic town of Winchester, Va., will soon phase out its fixed-route bus system for a dynamic on-demand system providing shorter wait and travel times, for the same cost.
The state will require all new car sales to be electric by 2035 with some requirements starting in 2026 as part of a series of new regulations, Gov. Phil Murphy’s office has confirmed.
According to the Federal Highway Administration, the grant funding, allocated under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, aims to propel digital construction tools such as computer modeling and 3D design in 10 state DOTs.
Radnor Police Department will soon be getting two electric Ford F-150 Lightning trucks. The two vehicles will cost $54,471 each, with emergency vehicle up-fitting expected to cost $36,850 each.
Both CALSTART and Forth Mobility have put forward resources to help businesses navigate the new terrain for installing electric vehicle chargers to serve their workforce.
Republican lawmakers blasted Gov. Ned Lamont’s proposal to require new car sales in the state to be zero-emission electric by 2035. Opponents called the plan impractical, citing a lack of charging infrastructure.
The Taxi and Limousine Commission received more than 9,600 applications for new electric ride-share plates before a court-ordered pause. Rideshare drivers rushed to put money down on new EVs last week in an effort to get a much-desired plate.
Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport has entered into an agreement with California-based eVTOL company Overair to assess the feasibility of electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft within airport operations.
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission in the Bay Area is holding public meetings for community feedback on a plan to add tolling to the region’s most-crowded freeways to generate new funding for transit and other projects.
The newly procured Peterbilt 520 EV began making test runs this week on the streets of Northeast Portland. Proponents have hailed the truck’s arrival as a milestone in Oregon’s clean energy transition.
Pedestrian activity declined in all of the top 100 metros in the United States between 2019 and 2022, driven in part by commuting and other mobility changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.