Volvo Chief: Technology Driving an Industry in Transition

Electrification, autonomous trucks, and connectivity are transforming the goods transportation industry. Martin Lundstedt, President and CEO of the Volvo Group, explored these topics at the Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association’s lunch briefing during the North...

FCA and PSA in Merger Talks

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and PSA Group are engaged in intensive discussions that could lead to the announcement of a merger as soon as this week, according to Bloomberg. Executives from both factories confirmed the talks are ongoing.

Optibus opens NYC office, names new GM for North America

Kevin Foreman previously served at INRIX as VP and GM.

On-Demand Driverless Vehicle Service Starts Road Testing

BotRide is Hyundai’s self-driving on-demand pilot service where riders can hail an autonomous Hyundai KONA Electric SUV from a smartphone.

Report: FCA and PSA in Merger Talks

Bloomberg reports Fiat Chrysler and PSA Group, which includes the Peugeot, Opel, and Citroen brands, could announce a merger as soon as this week, a deal that would form a General Motors-sized factory.

Hyundai AVs hit the streets in California

Through a partnership with and Via, BotRide Electric SUVs will provide a free ride-sharing service to the local community of Irvine.

Kenworth Highlights Fuel-Cell Electric Truck at NACV Show

This year's slowdown in truck sales, the rapid pace of technological change, and Kenworth's fuel-cell electric truck project were the highlights of Kenworth's remarks to reporters at the North American Commercial Vehicle Show.

Mobility Q&A: Motorq

We asked sponsors for the 2019 Fleet Forward Conference four questions regarding their mobility strategies as they relate to commercial, corporate, and government fleets.

TuSimple Plans to Offer Fully Self-Driving Trucks Within 5 Years

How one company is using artificial intelligence to develop "depot-to-depot" autonomous trucks.

How Is Improving Mobility Affecting Fleets?

There are growing pains with transitioning to new forms of transportation, but for users, expanding mobility options have been a positive development.

Smart Parking Will Bring Order to Traffic Chaos

The rise in congestion from TNCs can be attributed to the additional miles spent commuting to city centers, navigating to areas of high demand, and driving while they await passengers.

New Mobility, Autonomous and E-Tech Upfront at BusCon 2019

During the Keynote Address, “The Changing Face of Mobility,” Uber’s Head of Global Policy for Public Transportation Chris Pangilinan discussed some of the ways the TNC is partnering with public transit agencies to boost mobility.

The Speed of Technology Just Jumped into Hyperspace

Google has discovered the secret to quantum computing. If you think the pace of change and disruption is insane now -- just wait.

Mobility Q&A: Smartrak

We asked sponsors for the 2019 Fleet Forward Conference four questions regarding their mobility strategies as they relate to commercial, corporate, and government fleets.

No Question Off Limits For LCT East 'HOT SEAT'

Matt Daus, an expert on ground transportation regulation and technology, will be one of four panelists giving their take on the future of transportation.

Labor law issues for the transit employer considering automation

A duty to bargain with labor over the decision to automate and a duty to bargain over the effects of the decision may arise.

Smart transit project proposals missing the mark, study says

Study says projects were proposed for areas in which those who work there might benefit from them more than those who live there.

How can transit enhance the customer experience?

Overcome these barriers when transitioning from a traditional, business-objective approach to a customer-driven strategy.