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U.S. and Canadian officials met in Detroit, Mich., earlier this month to announce the development of the 870-mile Binational EV Corridor that will connect Kalamazoo, Mich., with Quebec, Canada.
According to political leaders and broadband officials at a summit this week, New Mexico will get between $100 million and $700 million in federal funding to expand broadband capacity for underserved communities.
The bid to use artificial intelligence to lessen traffic congestion on roadways cleared a U.S. House panel on Tuesday, despite objections from some who believe it could lead to a government takeover of society.
Generative AI, those astonishingly powerful language- and image-generating tools taking the world by storm, come at a price: a big carbon footprint. But not all AIs are equally dirty.
A recent panel discussion at the CoMotion Miami conference highlighted how political divisiveness and conspiracy theories have taken aim at progressive ideas around urban mobility and city design.
Researchers at the University of Michigan will partner with a power grid technology company and use artificial intelligence-powered technology to study how electric vehicle driving and charging behavior impacts the electric grid.
General Motors is planning for the U.S. production and sale of some 1 million electric vehicles by the end of 2025, which would be 40 percent of the total number of vehicles sold in the U.S. last year.
Cash incentives to be used toward the purchase of an electric bike in Denver are helping to reduce annual car trips and improve regional mobility options. Those watching the space hope the momentum will build even further.
Demonstration projects, incentives and regulation are moving the massive trucking industry in California away from fossil fuel powered trucks toward electric, a once-in-a-generation transformation.
Through a partnership with Electrada and Holman, electric shuttles will be in service on the Tennessee campus in August. The switch from gas-powered buses is part of a university initiative to go carbon neutral by 2050.
Electric vehicle drivers in the U.S. face a gamble when they pull up to a charging station in the wild. But why, in a country so focused on raising adoption rates, are they still so unreliable?  
Instead of owning the batteries that power the increasing number of electric vehicles on the roads, some companies want to rethink drivers’ relationships and are pushing batteries as a service.
Repowering older, internal combustion school buses as battery-electric versions can extend the life of bus fleets and save districts a lot of money as they transition to EVs.
Supporters of New York’s congestion pricing plan were doing a victory lap earlier this month over a decision by federal officials to accept an environmental assessment and not require a more in-depth study.
The Southern California Association of Governments — a planning organization that represents six counties, 191 cities and over 19 million residents — is offering access to a resource made to power data-driven decisions for even the smallest cities.