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State lawmakers argue that the state Department of Motor Vehicles has so badly mishandled the driverless car industry that it can't be trusted to oversee big rigs barreling down the highways autonomously.
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The Iowa Department of Transportation is testing how well unmanned aerial systems – commonly called drones – can help to move traffic around wrecks, temporary road closures and construction zones.
For now, these delivery trucks making stops at Sam’s Clubs, Krogers and other destinations do have a human behind the wheel — a safety driver in case of emergencies or technology glitches. Soon, that will no longer be the case.
As part of the partnership, Ford electric vehicle customers will have access to more than 12,000 Tesla Superchargers in North America. The company will start offering a built-in standard connector in 2025.
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.
Following the recent launch of Yolo Urban-Rural Ride for Knights Landing and the Winters area, Yolo Transportation District is preparing a new on-demand, point-to-point bus service for Woodland.
Including solar, wind and nuclear power as well as hydroelectricity via large dams, 59 percent of California's electricity now comes from carbon-free sources. The state has a goal of 90 percent by 2035.
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.
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.
Although some websites contain lists and maps of EV chargers, they do not tell whether the chargers work, which could make it tough for tourists and for the state to encourage EV purchases.
Georgia joins only eight states to offer digitized state IDs that residents can use through Apple Wallet and Apple Watch to verify their identity at select airport TSA checkpoints.
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.
More than 150 Republicans in the U.S. House asked the EPA Monday to roll back the agency's proposed emissions standards that are expected to further push the auto industry to electric vehicles.
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.
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?