Coverage of efforts to develop smart, connected and integrated infrastructure that makes more efficient use of resources and improves citizen quality of life. This includes topics like connected infrastructure and self-driving cars, as well as the policies that surround them.
The possibility of opening 160 miles of trails to electric bicycle riders was shut down at a meeting of transit authorities in the San Francisco Bay Area, a major disappointment to bicycle advocates.
Aging parking meters — 587 of them, to be exact — throughout the city have officials considering a more modern solution. One possibility is replacing them with central, credit card-friendly machines on each block.
City officials have said tunnels are a way to reduce congestion by moving commuters from surface roadways into underground electric shuttle vehicles, which could be less expensive to build than a traditional subway route.
Evolve KY — a group of electric vehicle enthusiasts in Kentucky — have created more than 55 free-to-use charging points in the Kentuckiana region of the state, and they are advocating for more EV use there.
If planners and political leaders can pull it off, spectators of the 2028 Olympics would experience a very different Los Angeles from the one traffic-weary commuters know today, one that would endure long past the Games.
Residents of San Joaquin County farming towns will be able to order "thousands of everyday items" online and can expect a drone to drop them in their backyards in less than an hour, said an Amazon spokesperson.
The potential purchase of TransTrack Systems, a transportation data management system, for the Cities Area Transit in the amount of $234,000 was discussed by members of City Council during a recent meeting.
Southern California Edison’s Charge Ready program will cover most, if not all, of the costs of installing electric vehicle chargers in multifamily developments. This sort of charging is essential for EV growth, experts say.
California-based autonomous trucking company Gatik will begin making paper product deliveries to Sam’s Club locations across North Texas. The autonomous deliveries are set to start in July.
"Pay Up" is a developing package of council policies that would improve wages, transparency and other working conditions for gig workers, who work as contractors for app-based companies like DoorDash.