Enterprise Advocates Transparency, Collaboration at SEMA

Enterprise’s Assistant Vice President of Technology Innovation, Derik Reiser, spoke at the conference as one of four participants in a panel discussion sponsored by the Society of Collision Repair Specialists.


What's New in Medium Duty

There are more options than ever for midrange truck and cargo van buyers, from powertrain and fuel choices to driver amenities.


VW to Invest $50B on Electric, Autonomous Vehicles by 2023

Volkswagen will spend 44 billion euros ($50.2 billion) on electric vehicles, digitization, autonomous technology, and mobility services globally by 2023, which marks an increase of 10 billion euros ($11.4 billion) from its year-ago forecast.


Columbus begins testing self-driving shuttle

The shuttles from May Mobility are expected to begin picking up passengers in December once testing and mapping is complete.


Ford Continues Work on Self-Driving Ride-Hailing

Ford Motor Co.'s Argo AI autonomous vehicle investment seems to be helping the company develop a driverless ride-hailing business, the companies said at a Miami media event earlier this month.


Wyoming DOT’s Connected Vehicle Pilot Aims to Improve Road Safety

Connected vehicle technology that the Wyoming Department of Transportation is piloting could help reduce crashes and make the interstate safer.


Perrone Robotics, Virginia's JAUNT to launch autonomous shuttle

The partnership, totaling $600,000, will launch autonomous transit shuttle service in March 2019.


Private Sector Brings Experience to a Changing Transportation Model

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


Despite Progress, True Public Transit Accessibility Remains Elusive

As ADA approaches the 30-year mark, transit agencies are evaluating the improvements made and what still needs doing.


Ford CEO: OEMs Have Edge in Data Monetization

Ford’s Jim Hackett touched on big data, trade wars, and ‘self-driving systems’ in a wide-ranging interview with Freakonomics Radio host Stephen...


Walmart Tests Self-Driving Delivery with Ford Vehicles

Walmart has begun testing self-driving Ford vehicles as part of a third-party delivery experiment with Postmates to deliver tacos, floral arrangements, dry cleaning and other items, Ford has announced.


Autonomous vehicles may have far-reaching impacts on urban tourism

AVs carrying sleeping occupants could congest highways at night and commercial sex in moving AVs may become a growing phenomenon.


Manufacturers Have Edge in Data Monetization: Ford CEO

Manufacturers hold a clear advantage over "upstarts" in the race to monetize customer data, Ford CEO Jim Hackett told Freakonomics Radio podcast host Stephen Dubner.


Enterprise Names Annual Auction Achievement Recipients

A significant part of the automotive value chain, Enterprise’s operations result in over 1 million used vehicles that become available for sale every year.


ZF Deploys Drones to Deliver Parts on Factory Grounds

ZF says it is the first manufacturer in Germany to deliver parts via drones during manufacturing operations.


Looking at Vocational Truck Tire Trends

It’s been said before and it will be said again – it’s never “one-size-fits-all” when it comes to discussing any aspect of commercial truck fleets. A changing landscape, driver shortage, and growth in last-mile deliveries are having an impact.


Illinois Establishes Autonomous Vehicle Initiative

Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner has directed the state's Department of Transportation to spearhead a statewide testing program for connected and autonomous vehicles so the state will be on the forefront of emerging vehicle safety technologies.


Q&A: WEX Talks Small Fleet Challenges, Resources

WEX’s Jay Collins gives insight into the specific needs of small businesses, and warns small fleets not to get overwhelmed or distracted by the latest tech advancements.