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Self-Driving Vehicles

Could Self-Driving Cars Speed Hurricane Evacuations?

The case for a fully autonomous escape plan.

A New DMV for Self-Driving Cars?

Long-awaited federal guidelines on autonomous vehicles are here.

Boston Has Plans for Autonomous Vehicle Testing by the End of 2016

That announcement comes as self-driving Uber vehicles hit the streets in Pittsburgh and as Columbus has proposed a network of driverless shuttles.

The Arrival of Self-Driving Ubers in Pittsburgh

Journalists who took early rides in the cars seemed impressed, but also irked at their overly cautious robotic chauffeurs.

How Mobility-as-a-Service Will Keep the Next Generation of Workers Within City Limits

A Xerox mobility solutions senior vice president weighs in on the relatively understudied Generation Z, autonomous vehicles and how the two will intersect to fuel future urban economic development.

State IT Accessibility Is Improving, But Here’s How It Can Get Even Better

Procurement reforms, innovation teams and testing policies are a few recommendations from experts at NASCIO’s midyear conference in Baltimore.

USDOT’s ‘Smart City’ Payout Could Be A Mobility Model-Maker

Seventy-seven municipalities pitched their transportation visions for a shot at the $40 million in winnings.

What State and Local Transportation Agencies Can Expect in 2016

Xerox’s parking and mobility vice president Matt Darst weighs in.

U.S. Department of Transportation to Fund Midsize 'Smart City' Effort

Secretary Anthony Foxx recently discussed DOT’s efforts to learn about, and potentially invest in, emerging autonomous vehicle technology.

Google Stuck Waiting in Line at the DMV; Seeking State Troopers in Washington

Also: West Virginia education officials relent, say they’ll replace Common Core standards, and FBI Director Comey lauds Connecticut anti-crime gang program.

Self-Driving Cars Pose a Big Revenue Problem for Local Governments

States and localities need to partner with automated carmakers—and quickly—to establish an alternative tax system, according to a new Brookings Institution report.