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The Civic Bicycle Commuting project is a coalition of organizations in Los Angeles working on a data-driven, community-based platform that encourages bike commuting and makes it easy and accessible.
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.
Colorado’s landmark $5.4 billion transportation legislation aims to harness some of the new fee proceeds to support transit expansions and help speed the transition to electric vehicles for all drivers.
A recent study by Carnegie Mellon University looked at the effects of traffic, weather and other factors impacting the safety of highway work zones and increased accident risks in these areas.
Local government agencies like Houston METRO look to make wise use of funding coming from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act to strengthen existing assets while innovating for the future.
A Pennsylvania House bill aimed at expanding autonomous vehicles testing without a human backup driver is an improvement over the Senate version, one safety expert says, but it leaves room for improvements. 
PredictEV, an electric vehicle infrastructure planning software, is helping utilities and other organizations plan the location of EV charging both now and in the future.
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.
The U.S. National Bridge Inventory maps the location and other details of all bridges in the nation 100 years old or older. The interactive map offers data around the age of the bridge, its condition and daily traffic.
Newly released data related to when cars with autonomous technology and advanced driver assistance systems are in car crashes has elected officials calling for more oversight to ensure improved highway safety.
Planning and paying for trips across multiple transportation modes in San Antonio, Texas, can now be accomplished in a single app, enabling a long-sought customer convenience.
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.
Humboldt County, Calif.'s Redwood Coast Airport and the Coast Guard station now have a renewable energy microgrid to sustain operations in case of a power outage. The microgrid is the first of its kind in the state.
As the U.S. begins the process of building out a national network of electric vehicle chargers, federal transportation and energy officials stress they must be accessible, user-friendly and interoperable.
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.