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The federal infrastructure package is making electric vehicle charging a reality — even in states with few registered EVs. In Montana, the need for this infrastructure is driven, in part, by tourism from other states.
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As municipalities emerge from shutdowns, slowdowns and travel restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the transportation sector’s role in supporting the recovery is becoming more apparent.
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East Bay trustees decided Monday that their township would be the third in Grand Traverse County to install license plate reading cameras in cooperation with the sheriff's office.
By the end of the year, New York is poised to join nine states and nearly 20 others that right now offer mobile driver's licenses to their residents. The project is currently in the development phase.
Several companies are announcing new operations related to electric car battery recycling and manufacturing, taking a lead in a nascent industry for the U.S.
As more and more consumers shift to electric vehicles, there is a greater need for specialized technicians to work on such cars, and students and seasoned mechanics alike now see the need to get up to speed.
New surveys from AAA and the Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety point to lukewarm consumer confidence in autonomous vehicles, while new research from the Urbanism Next Center suggest AVs could reduce the need for parking.
All three of the Bay Area’s airports are deploying new facial recognition technology, called Simplified Arrival, to screen incoming international passengers and testing it in San Jose to track some departing passengers too.
The infrastructure law that’s helping to build out thousands of chargers will likely usher in the changes needed for a seamless experience regardless of the car or charger it’s plugged into. But this won't be immediate, experts warn.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan kicked off a citywide speech by focusing on the importance of the Michigan Central Depot train station revival and how "Detroit will pass Silicon Valley" in the future of the auto industry.
The previous iteration of the Metro Flex on-demand service in King County, Wash., was a mix of three different pilot projects. It has since been reimagined as an easy-to-use transportation alternative for the Seattle metro area.
Under the bill, it would be a misdemeanor for drivers to hold a cellphone or another electronic device; write emails, text messages and social media posts; and watch or record videos, among other things.
The new garbage collector, which costs around $600,000, has a 290 kWh total battery capacity that allows it to hold a charge for about eight hours. The new collector is expected to save around $20,000 in annual fuel costs.
The roughly 12,000 hydrogen cars on the road in California is just a tiny fraction of the more than 14 million total vehicles, but should there be more as the state works to reduce carbon emissions?
A new proposal put forward by the state’s Department of Transportation takes aim at reducing pollution by promoting use of electric vehicles and encouraging transit and non-motorized ways of getting around.
The United States Postal Service has entered into a contract with Ford for an additional 9,250 electric vehicles. The agency has pledged to make 62 percent of its vehicle fleet electric.
SEPTA plans to spend $17 million on 10 fuel cell electric transit buses that run on compressed hydrogen gas as part of a transition to a zero-emissions fleet. Almost all of the agency's 1,447 buses are hybrids with only 120 burning diesel.