Leaders of the Golden State have long sought credit for the success of the world's largest electric-car manufacturer, and now Newsom is suggesting the state's incentives are responsible for the emergence of Tesla.
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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.
As intelligent transportation system (ITS) applications become more sophisticated, ensuring network uptime has become increasingly difficult for state departments of transportation (DOTs). Ciena’s Daniele Loffreda highlights how DOTs can add resiliency to their communications networks.
The four-year-old software-as-a-service provider sells technology that can handle not only titles and auto registrations but liens and insurance issues. DMVs around the country are striving to acquire better technology.
A new study from Stanford researchers suggests that electric car drivers who plug in while they're snoozing at night should eventually alter their charging behavior to protect California's electrical grid.
The city has started to impound EZRide scooters after officials say the company failed to reach a franchise agreement to use the public right of way. Officials say another company will be bringing scooters to the downtown area.
Gabe Klein has been named as the head of the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation, charged with overseeing the buildout of some 500,000 high-speed public chargers across the nation, among other projects.
The autonomous transportation projects being lead by the Minnesota Department of Transportation are testing not the technology, but the use cases these new forms of mobility can serve.
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority is partnering with SHARE Mobility on a last-mile transportation solution for two suburban job centers where workers need better connections from transit to their destinations.
Last week, the U.S. Department of Transportation approved $52.5 million in funding for the state to build on its existing base of electric vehicle chargers over the next two years.
The Florida Department of Transportation is partnering with INRIX to deploy the company’s IQ Signal Analytics platform across 3,000 miles of roadways in the state in the hopes of gathering new insights.
Tesla, under federal investigation and facing a California DMV complaint over driver-assistance technology, is accused of deceiving buyers and the public with claims about its "Autopilot" and "self-driving" systems.
In partnership with one.network, the Florida Department of Transportation is piloting a new technology solution that aims to improve work zone safety throughout the state's highway network with real-time updates.
Fremont, Calif., has long been the manufacturing hub of the Silicon Valley tech ecosystem, but it is quickly becoming a focal point in the battery and green energy storage space as the need for the technology increases.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike is jumping into solar energy production to power maintenance and office buildings with a long-term goal: using solar power to electrify portions of the road so EVs can charge as they travel.
Cities around the world are exploring ways to mitigate the effects of extreme heat and make urban areas cooler. Officials sometimes look to new technology to this end, but are also using low-tech devices, like trees.
The California Air Resources Board is set to consider new regulations that would phase in the electrification of delivery vans, and other medium- and heavy-duty fleet vehicles, starting in 2024.
If CEO Katharine Eagan Kelleman could change Pittsburgh Regional Transit's 715 diesel buses to run on electricity or hydrogen with the flip of a switch or by writing a check, she would do it immediately.