COMMENTARY | Montgomery County's maps are expected to guide recommendations to improve cycling in the area. Planners evaluated 3,500 miles of roads and reached out to a diverse group of residents for input.
“When that airspace becomes more complicated, ‘just don’t hit anything’ isn’t going to be enough,” according to Seleta Reynolds, the general manager of the L.A. Department of Transportation.
COMMENTARY | The mayor of Rochester Hills, Michigan, on why mayors are looking to shape the future of AVs.
The Atlas is an online forum that allows local governments to showcase successful public-private partnership projects in a slick, easy-to-understand way.
They’re cheaper to run compared to ones with internal combustion engines thanks to the economics of fuel and maintenance.
This National Digital Inclusion Alliance report isn’t something the local Chamber of Commerce is likely going to put in promotional materials.
COMMENTARY | According to SpotHero CEO Mark Lawrence, Lyft’s $100 million investment in driver service centers "provides a snapshot of what a responsible future of urban mobility could look like."
As San Francisco and other cities temporarily ban electric scooters, regulations are a work in progress.
Autonomous vehicles promise increased equity and efficiency, but a new report says governments need to make sure the right policies are regulating them.
Some city leaders looking to lead on climate change policies, reducing emissions in their areas and tackling other environmental issues. But state preemption laws sometimes stand in their way.
Any lawsuit that may come could set a precedent across all of California.
The American Trucking Association says their industry needs to hire 900,000 more drivers in the next 10 years to keep up with demand.
COMMENTARY | Florida's legislature rejected statewide bike share policies. A bike share company's director of mobility strategy explains why it's the right move.
The public-private partnership wants one up and running in the next six months.
The joint venture aims for quieter, more efficient propellers for stealth or urban flights.
The small shuttles, called “university circulators,” will be limited to a mile-long campus pathway at Texas Southern University and will run at average speeds ranging from 8 to 12 miles per hour.
The ‘lock to’ requirement will be phased in as part of a six-month pilot in the city’s South Side.
SolSmart’s 200 designees are located in 35 states and the District of Columbia, encompassing more than 59 million Americans.
Electric scooters have received pushback in some cities, but they’ve gotten a warm welcome in the South, where hot weather and often hilly terrain have made it tough for bike-share programs.
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