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Seamless and easy car-charging is the goal for drivers and the auto industry. But getting to complete interoperability is still an elusive target requiring widespread coordination among multiple stakeholders and standards.
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The Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety gave New Jersey and 33 other states mediocre marks in its 2024 annual report grading state safety laws. One issue noted in the report was a lack of speed enforcement cameras legislation.
The order defines zero-emissions as “any vehicles that use a propulsion technology that does not produce greenhouse-gas emission,” which leaves the door open to options beyond electric vehicles.
After dozens of fires caused by combusting batteries used in electric scooters and bikes in recent years, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors is set to consider imposing new restrictions on the rechargeable devices.
Sitting along the corner of a public parking lot in downtown Mitchell are four new electric vehicle charging stations that were installed in late November, making them the first of their kind for the area and city.
Electric cars are making a dent in Las Vegas' air pollution, but charging infrastructure is still limited and drivers statewide aren't adopting the technology fast enough to reach emissions goals.
As cities work to get more electric vehicles and micromobility options like e-bikes onto streets, they're also putting livability and equity at the center of how technology can improve the urban experience.
A section of road in the Motor City is the first in the nation capable of wirelessly charging electric vehicles while in motion. The quarter-mile section of road is near the city’s downtown area.
The small historic town of Winchester, Va., will soon phase out its fixed-route bus system for a dynamic on-demand system providing shorter wait and travel times, for the same cost.
Beneath the shores of Southern California's Salton Sea is one of the largest lithium deposits in the world, with enough of the metal to make batteries for more than 375 million electric vehicles.
Riverside, Calif., officials have cleared the way for a New Zealand maker of autonomous electric shuttles to move its international headquarters to the city after a unanimous City Council vote.
The first trans-Atlantic flight by an airliner powered by pure sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) has taken off, with Virgin Atlantic operating the flight from London’s Heathrow to New York’s JFK airport.
As a major California public transit agency grapples with ongoing public safety, funding and ridership challenges — the same issues many transit agencies are facing — its use of surveillance technology is evolving.
As congestion and accidents plague roadways, innovative transportation solutions are key to sustaining rapid growth, and high-speed rail could be a huge boon for Texas if implemented strategically.
The Automated Work Zone Speed Enforcement program, a joint effort by the New York State Department of Transportation and the New York State Thruway Authority, is meant to slow motorists down in work zones.
The Plano City Council on Monday will consider amending zoning to allow commercial drone delivery hubs to operate within the city, making it possible for land to be used for drone package delivery.