Tesla Model 3 Captures Top Safety Pick+ Award

After rigorous testing, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has bestowed Top Safety Pick+ recognition on Tesla’s 2019 Model 3.


2019 Silicon Valley Reinvents the Wheel

The 5th annual conference will take place Oct. 14 and feature several industry presenters covering topics in new automotive tech.


3 Reasons AV Fleets Will Proliferate Private Sites First

Autonomous vehicles may first deploy in planned communities, campuses, government facilities, and industrial sites because they offer lower risk, fewer regulations, and clearer business models than public environments.


Uber to Expand AV Testing to Dallas

Starting in November, Uber will begin testing its self-driving vehicles in downtown Dallas.


USDOT names winners of automated driving demo grants

Grants aim to gather safety data to inform rulemaking and foster collaboration amongst state and local government, private partners.


A Critical Design Fault in Connected Transportation

We’ve all heard about hacking computerized vehicles, but the risk may be worse than you think. A hacker with only modest resources could launch a massive attack against our automotive infrastructure.


GGTI Partners With LMC Group

Owner and founder Kristen Carroll will bring the company's dynamic and creative insights to the GGTI and LCT industry educational programs.


High Speeds, Mileage, and Utilization: Keys to EV Success in Fleets

When considering converting ICE vehicles to electric, Tesloop’s cofounder demonstrates how using highly utilized electric vehicles in inter-city routes realizes the optimal return on investment.


Americans would rather drive themselves to work than use AV: Study

Driverless cars aren’t commercially available yet, so people are not familiar with them or may be leery of the technology.


Mobility Q&A: BMW Group

Sponsors for the 2020 Fleet Forward Conference answer four questions regarding their mobility strategies as they relate to commercial, corporate,...


Asleep in a Tesla? Combating Complacency with Advanced Safety Systems

In this new era of vehicles taking over human tasks, fleet operators need to adjust driver education, training, and policies to maximize the effectiveness of advanced driver assistance systems.


Toyota supplying variety of electric vehicles for 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Will include approximately 500 fuel-cell electric vehicles and approximately 850 battery-electric vehicles.


Top 100 Bus Fleets Survey: Transit works to boost ridership, services

To better serve customers, agencies are revamping services and offering more mobility options, including bike-share, ride-share, microtransit, and more.


UD Trucks Conducts Japan’s First Autonomous Truck Test on Public Roads

A UD truck equipped with a Level 4 autonomous control system has made Japan’s first-ever trip over public roads, delivering sugar beets to a refining mill on the northern island of Hokkaido.


DHL Opens Americas Innovation Center

DHL is looking to current and future technology for its supply chain, warehouse, and package delivery services, from robots to machine learning.


IMC Companies Founds New Drayage Fleet for Seattle and Tacoma Area

IMC Companies purchased 150 new Mack trucks in support of its new West Coast venture, Pacific Drayage Services. The move expands the company's intermodal offerings to every major rail and port facility in the United States.


Officials Break Ground on LAX Conrac

The 5.3 million-square-foot Conrac facility will feature 18,000 parking stalls with 6,600 ready/return spaces, 10,000 idle vehicle storage spaces, and 1,100 rental car employee spaces as well as visitor parking.


Charging tech key to bringing urban air mobility to the masses

Accessible, point-to-point transportation will expand to the skies as vehicle charging goes vertical.