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In a letter, lawmakers urged the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to collect more data on autonomous vehicles, citing serious safety concerns about how they operate in real-world situations.
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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.
By now, you’ve probably already heard plenty about data in intelligent transportation. By their very nature, technologies that support intelligent transportation programs capture massive amounts of data.
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Haverford Township in Pennsylvania transitioned its downtown public parking from digital kiosks to the ParkMobile system, which removes clunky hardware from streets and replaces the parking experience with an app.
With billions on the way to build out modern transportation systems, officials are working to engage disadvantaged communities in the planning and development processes.
The California Senate passed a bill Monday mandating human drivers behind the wheel of autonomous trucks on state highways for at least the next five years, citing safety concerns as the cause.
Missouri lawmakers took an important step toward safer streets and highways by passing the Siddens Bening Hands-Free Law, finally making it illegal to hold or support a phone while operating an automobile.
The city's Department of Transportation is considering a rule change that would allow for the use of electric cargo-bike delivery vehicles. Experts say the vehicles often perform better than their gas-powered counterparts in urban settings.
Stack AV this week announced the launch of its autonomous trucking business in the city. The company leverages self-driving technology to improve efficiency and enhance safety in the trucking industry.
Dallas Area Rapid Transit installed its first electric vehicle charging stations last week in an effort to embrace its mission of sustainability and offer more environmentally friendly options to riders.
Mountain Metropolitan Transit in Colorado Springs has upgraded its ticketing technology using a fare-payments-as-a-service platform, in a move to make riding transit easier and possibly cheaper for riders.
Public policy aimed at reducing greenhouse gases and other pollutants is pulling heavy-duty trucking forward in states across the West, as a 100-year-old industry evolves away from heavily polluting vehicles.
The MTA’s OMNY payment system could reveal your trip history to anyone who has your credit card number — and cybersecurity experts said Wednesday the setup might threaten your privacy.
The city of Philadelphia has launched a two-year pilot project that makes free transit passes available to its more than 20,000 employees. The program promises a wealth of data and a lifeline to public transit.
Santa Cruz Metro is expected to finalize the purchase of 57 hydrogen fuel cell-electric buses in a matter of weeks and it will be the single largest purchase for that variety of zero-emission vehicle in the nation.
Proterra Inc., the South Carolina-based maker of all-electric transit buses, has filed for bankruptcy, leaving city transit agencies to wonder if their plans to introduce electric fleets will have to wait even longer.
The Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator has taken the lead on a new city challenge to advance zero-emission delivery zones. The cities selected for the cohort will have access to resources and materials as they work to reshape urban deliveries.
Speed camera violations dropped 30 percent citywide in the past 12 months, the first year in which the law allowed the cameras to issue automated tickets 24/7. Traffic fatalities also dropped, according to DOT data.