Bombardier JV wins Chinese airport automated people mover contract

Will deliver an Integrated System Package, including 18 cars, for a an approximately 1.6 mile APM line

Trust In Self-Driving Cars Dropped In the Last Six Months

Baby Boomers are still the most fearful of driverless vehicles.

State of Logistics Report Predicts Rapid Change

The authors of the 2018 State of Logistics Report titled “Steep Grade Ahead,” see the logistics industry “rapidly changing to meet growing demand and costs.”

Calif. autonomous project wins tech award

Stantec has been testing SAVs in mixed traffic through the Bishop Ranch business park.

Feasibility study looks for multimodal options in Atlanta airport area

This fall the Aerotropolis CID and the VHB team plan to host an “Innovation Summit” highlighting cutting-edge mobility technologies.

Toyota Rebooting Itself as Mobility Company

Toyota has been expanding its engineering research and development efforts so it can transform itself into a mobility company — an effort that resulted in the company leading automakers in U.S. patent filings in 2017.

May Mobility, Magna to build, deploy and scale self-driving shuttles

Collaboration in southeastern Michigan to make first deployment in downtown Detroit possible.

Enterprise Tapped for Autonomous Vehicle Management

Voyage, which offers door-to-door transportation for senior citizens in select communities across the U.S., announced that it has tapped Enterprise procure, lease, and service its 12-vehicle fleet.

Self-Driving Startup to Provide Roadmap to Ford

A self-driving technology company started by two former Uber execs has raised $9 million in venture capital and formed a partnership with a Ford Motor Co. business unit to provide software that gives routing instructions to autonomous vehicles.

LADOT announces a new digital playbook for mobility

All new modes of transport are aimed at tackling congestion, enabling economic development, driving racial and socioeconomic equality, and saving...

Fisker's autonomous shuttle to feature in-wheel technology

The ProteanDrive in-wheel eDrive system will help optimize interior space and simplify powertrain integration.

Vaidya Reveals How BKT Designs Radial OTR Tires

“Only innovation will take us to the next level," said Dilip Vaidya, president and director of technology, at BKT's celebration of its Earthmax radial OTR tire line in Crete, Greece, on June 6, 2018.

The Boring Co. chosen to build Chicago Express Service

Plans to deliver 12-minute service from Downtown to O’Hare Airport using electric vehicles in underground tunnels.

FMCSA to Offer Public Forum on Automated Tech Regulation and Integration

A public listening session will be held for the government to get information on issues related to the design, development, testing, and integration of automated commercial vehicles on the nation's highways.

Is Tesloop the Near Future of Long-Distance Rideshare?

You could call it a glorified livery-slash-rental service — or you could see it as a step toward what an autonomous shuttle system might look like.

Truck Platoons on the Horizon?

Real-world deployment of truck platooning systems appears close, but developers aren’t keen to offer many details on their efforts.

Operators Share Biggest Business Concerns And Hurdles

JUNE LCT: The answers to "what issues are you facing" reveal how members of the industry identify problems and strategize to resolve them.

Fleet Forward Conference Announces 2018 Agenda

The 2018 Fleet Forward Conference features education on new mobility solutions for fleets as well as a major product reveal.