Autonomous Vehicles Will Clog Cities Unless Lawmakers Step Up

Autonomous vehicles will increase, not decrease, traffic in already overcrowded downtown areas. That is one of the main findings of a joint World Economic Forum and Boston Consulting Group study with the city of Boston.

Hyundai Invests in Vehicle-to-Everything Connectivity

Hyundai Motor has invested in AutoTalks, which specializes in the manufacturing of vehicle-to-everything (V2X) chipsets, as part of a strategic partnership to accelerate the development and deployment of the next generation chipset for connected cars.

Autonomous vehicles will clog cities unless lawmakers step up: Study

City and state governments can intervene to encourage higher sharing of AVs and avoid a significant move away from mass transit systems.

Hyundai Invests in Autotalks to Develop Connectivity Technology

The automaker will collaborate with Autotalks to develop the next generation Vehicle to Everything chipset for connected cars. The technology aims to improve vehicle and road safety, mobility and is viewed as vital for autonomous driving.

Kroger to Test Autonomous Vehicle Grocery Delivery

Through this partnership, customers can place same-day delivery orders through Kroger's ClickList ordering system and Nuro's app.

Shared Mobility Group ofo Expands with Enterprise

Enterprise trucks will be used to transport ofo’s fleet of over 40,000 bicycles across the more-than-30 U.S. cities where the company operates.

Ford Escape Gets Autonomous Braking in New Zealand

Autonomous emergency braking will be rolled out on Ford Escape vehicles in September, coinciding with the launch of the Ford Escape ST-Line in New Zealand.

Contractors Bring Experience to a Changing Transportation Model

With experience implementing and integrating different modes of transportation in Europe and beyond, contractors share lessons learned.

7 Questions for Geotab's Colin Sutherland

Colin Sutherland, Geotab's executive vice president of sales and marketing, speaks about telematics industry consolidation, vehicle security, and answers the question of who owns vehicle data in this interview.

Client Decision Making Starts With Education

JULY LCT: The LCT Summit teaches me more every year about how operators of all ages can push TNCs to the back of their mind and survive while Uber...

2018 Fleet Hall of Fame Nominees Named

These nominees have fleet careers that have made an impact in the fleet management profession. The winning nominees will be chronicled with the Hall of Fame’s 78 previous nominees.

The Shifting World of Aftermarket Parts

How e-commerce, consolidation, new competition, and technology and integration are changing the aftermarket.

Ford Developing New Mobility Solutions, Infotainment System in China

Ford and Chinese Internet company Baidu are collaborating for the development of new mobility solutions, in-vehicle infotainment systems, and other digital services.

Improving public transit safety for women and the impact of ride-hailing services

Thoughts on the impact of inclusion after a visit to the International Transport Forum in Leipzig, Germany.

Calif.'s LAVTA, partners launch shared autonomous vehicle testing

Partners on the SAV project include GoMentum Station, as well as First Transit, which will provide staffing, maintenance, and operation support.

ZF Unveils its Latest Roadmap to Electric and Automated Trucks and More

German component manufacturer ZF Friedrichshafen AG showed off its vision of the future of trucking and logistics at the company's Technology Day, unveiling new electric and automated vehicle technologies.

Behind the Wheel of an Electric Peterbilt Model 579

Peterbilt showcased the Paccar Innovation Center in Sunnyvale, California, to demonstrate its continuing efforts to identify, develop and deploy emerging technologies in trucking.

Enterprise Opens 10,000th Location

Enterprise is celebrating its 10,000th location by giving 10,000 Enterprise Plus points apiece to 10 winners.