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Ohio Self-driving Shuttle Service Stalled After Minor Incident
You may recall the autonomous Linen LEAP shuttle service that launched in Columbus, OH earlier this month. Well, the city placed the program on pause last week because someone fell during an abrupt
Andy Byford’s Last Day with New York’s Transit System
William Finnegan writes about the imminent departure of Andy Byford, the president of the New York City Transit Authority, who was hired by Governor Andrew Cuomo to revitalize the city’s mass-transit
Autonomous Mass Transit Arrives in Ohio
Hoping to reconnect the South Linden neighborhood with the rest of Ohio’s capitol, the city of Columbus has launched an electric shuttle program funded primarily by the federal government. The
Here Are the Fare-Evasion Enforcement Data the NYPD Fought to Keep Secret
Data show there are higher enforcement rates in high-poverty Black and Latinx neighborhoods.
Toyota Envisions Hydrogen-Powered ‘Woven City’ by Mt. Fuji
Woven City is a Toyota real-life lab to try out the future. It combines wood structures with traditional joinery and a lot of shared, self-driving electric vans. The post Toyota Envisions
VW will roll out self-driving electric shuttles in Qatar's capital
If you visit Qatar in the next few years, you might find yourself riding in a driverless vehicle. Volkswagen and Qatar have struck a deal that will bring self-driving electric vehicles to the public
Robotic Drones, a New Flight Simulator, and More Car News This Week
Cities get the okay to speed up buses, while Seattle tries to slow traffic.
Sometimes Red Means Go—When It Comes to Bus Rides
New Federal Highway Administration rules give cities more leeway to create special bus lanes.
Bluespace.ai, a startup focused on AV technology for mass transit, gets $3.5 million in seed funding
Bluespace.ai, a new autonomous driving startup focused on mass transit, announced today that it has raised $3.5 million in seed funding led by Fusion Fund. Other investors include YouTube co-founder
Transit's Apple Watch app returns after two-year hiatus
More than a few well-known developers pulled their Apple Watch apps in the past couple of years due to technical obstacles or just a lack of interest, but one of those apps has come roaring back. As
Lyft now offers public transit directions in the Bay Area
Lyft's public transit directions are available on the company's home turf. Its app now includes routes, schedules and trip planning for public transportation in the San Francisco Bay Area, giving you
Photos: Chile’s defiant week of street protests
Widespread protests against income inequality throughout Chile are about to enter their second week. So far, 18 civilians have been killed and hundreds more injured.
An Effort to Punish China Could Slow the Roll of Electric Buses
China’s BYD supplies about one-third of the electric buses in the US, but it would be effectively barred under a provision in a national defense bill.
Lyft unifies transportation options inside its app
Lyft is countering Uber's moves by making it easier to find every transportation option inside its app -- including the ones that won't give the company a dime. It's rolling out updates that unify
Free Bus Rides in Salt Lake City Might Not Be So Far-Fetched
A leading mayoral candidate proposes eliminating fares on buses and light rail. Free rides are unusual in the US, but more common overseas.
NYC's automated subway routing had glitches for 'months' before Friday
When New Yorkers were stuck without access to multiple subway lines for 90 minutes on July 19th, that was really just the culmination of ongoing woes. The City has obtained Metropolitan Transportation
Lyft adds NYC subway directions to its app
Lyft's support for public transportation will soon include one of the biggest mass transit systems on the planet. The ridesharing firm is rolling out access to real-time New York City subway
The Case for Leaving Fare Beaters Alone and Making Public Transit Free
Chances are everything you think you know about fare evasion is wrong.
North Carolina Is Eyeing a Hyperloop One System for the Research Triangle
North Carolina is the latest state to throw its hat into the Hyperloop One ring. Today, Virgin Hyperloop One announced that North Carolina’s Regional Transportation Alliance (RTA) was launching a
Transit Agencies Turn to Uber for the Last Mile
Transit systems worry about losing passengers to ride-hail services. But some agencies are also testing using Uber in place of low-ridership lines.