Waymo Had Fewest Autonomous Vehicle Disengagements in Calif.

In its newly released series of 2018 disengagement reports, the California Department of Motor Vehicles found that Waymo had the fewest autonomous vehicle disengagements per mile last year and Apple had the most.


Goodyear, Local Motors join forces on autonomous shuttles

Allows Goodyear to study the operation and maintenance areas that need to be addressed when there is no driver at the controls.


Who Is Winning the Race to Autonomy?

“Disengagement reports” reveal how many times a human driver had to take control of a driverless car in testing in California. A few well-publicized autonomous players lagged far behind.


Tenneco Spin-Off to be Called DRiV Incorporated

DRiV Incorporated is the name of the future publicly traded aftermarket and ride performance company that will launch in the second half of this year, following Tenneco Inc.’s separation into two independent companies, Tenneco has announced.


Q&A: NACFE Celebrates a Decade of Profiling New Technologies

Mike Roeth, executive director of the North American Council for Freight Efficiency, sat down and talked to HDT about what the last 10 years have been like showcasing and validating new trucking technology and what he thinks the next decade will bring.


European cities respond to growing demand for urban transport

In a relatively buoyant economy in much of the continent, improving urban transport and creating additional capacity has become a pressing concern over the last decade.


FHWA awards $10M to 7 states to test new ways to fund highways

The program’s goal is to allow states to test user-based alternatives to support the Highway Trust Fund.




Autonomous-Truck Developer TuSimple Raises $95 Million in Fundraising Drive

Autonomous trucking technology developer TuSimple has raised a whopping $95 million in Series D funding investments, fueling the company’s quest to develop the world’s first fully driverless truck fleet.


Subscription Services: One Size Doesn't Fit All

But can they be profitable for car rental? One operator weighs in.


INIT tool helps agencies forecast electric vehicle integration into fleet

Empowers agencies to define impacts on energy costs and personnel requirements while helping them minimize risks.


The Last Mile: Where Brawn Meets Brains

There’s plenty of room to play in the last-mile space — the trick is learning that the consumer is king of this hill.


Boeing autonomous passenger air vehicle completes first flight

Powered by an electric propulsion system, Boeing's PAV prototype is designed for fully autonomous flight from takeoff to landing.


Jacksonville awarded grant for circulator system using AV tech

Will deploy a network of autonomous vehicles and incorporate smart technologies, such as pedestrian sensors.


How One Fleet Faces Maintenance Tech Shortages Head-On

Paul Cupka, maintenance facility superintendent for Fairfax County’s Department of Vehicle Services in Virginia, talks maintenance technician shortages.


AE Industry Trends for 2019

Step into the near future with 22 leading agents and executives, all offering their predictions for a new year that promises sweeping change for a rapidly evolving F&I industry.


Cities may be completely redesigned around changed mobility: Study

Focuses on ridesharing, micro-mobility, EVs, and AVs and details their impact on commercial real estate sector.


Transdev names new VP, operational performance

Palle Lansman brings an approach based on work-flow efficiency, automation, and management processes that add value.