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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.
The new solar array will generate about 171,000 kilowatt-hours per year, easily covering the estimated 95,000 and 100,000 kilowatt-hours per year that the headquarters building uses, officials say.
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.
The Environmental Tech Lab in New York City selected eight companies to explore proofs of concept as part of its inaugural Operational Efficiency Challenge and Data Utilization Challenge.
The fiscal challenges transit is facing are nothing new. To be financially resilient, transit agencies will need to rethink its funding options, and put more pressure on states to funnel federal cash.
General Motors Co. says it'll pause production of its autonomous Cruise Origin vehicles at the Factory Zero Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Center after Cruise LLC last month suspended its U.S. driverless operations.
A new report by the National Association of City Transportation Officials found 2022 ridership on bike- and scooter-share systems across the country have nearly rebounded to pre-pandemic levels.
The rapid expansion of food delivery services — coupled with e-bikes — is forcing cities to adopt new ideas and policies to get more couriers out of their gas vehicles and onto bikes.
The Transit Joint Powers Authority of Merced County unveiled this week that five zero-emission buses have been integrated into the local transit fleet. The new buses have a range of about 250 miles between charges.
New federal funding meant to update transportation infrastructure for more modern forms of mobility while also addressing heightened equity concerns seems to be holding fast to the status quo.
Stopping to pay a toll will soon be a thing of the past on the Atlantic City Expressway in Egg Harbor. Officials recently kicked off construction of the first all-electronic toll collection system.
Autonomous shuttles serving the University of North Carolina in Charlotte navigate six stops along a 2.2-mile route, establishing the small, self-driving boxy vehicles as a new form of campus transportation.
The decision to temporarily cease operations in Dallas came just two days after the California Department of Motor Vehicles revoked its license, saying the cars posed “an unreasonable risk to public safety.”
Cargo bikes are quickly becoming the next innovation in the logistics industry. As such, cities and the private sector will need to work together to create new rules and the right infrastructure.
Robots and drones are entering the delivery space, pairing the package with the right-size vehicle. But these new options will likely come at the expense of gig workers, who rely on cars to make their deliveries.