Volkswagen Joins Automated Vehicle Consortium

Volkswagen Group of America has joined the Automated Vehicle Safety Consortium, a engineering working group that's developing best safety practices for AV technology.

How to Build Tomorrow’s Supply Chain Today

A new Deloitte Insights market report contends that “considering the innovation gaining momentum in transportation and logistics, consumer expectations will only continue to rise.”

New global mobility platform tracks growth of shared micromobility

NUMO's New Mobility Atlas visualizes global growth of shared scooters, bicycles, and mopeds in cities.

Autonomous Truck Makes Coast-to-Coast Run for Land O'Lakes's SAE-Level-4 autonomous truck recently completed a coast-to-coast commercial freight run hauling a refrigerated load for Land O’Lakes. The 2,800-mile, hub-to-hub trip was completed in less than three days.

Mercedes-Benz Unveils New GLA

The new GLA represents an entry-level model into the Mercedes-Benz SUV family and will launch in the U.S. in summer 2020.

Neuron EV's Torq Enters Heavy-Duty Electric Truck Arena

Neuron EV has unveiled its Neuron EV Torq, an electric semi-truck that boasts improved sustainability, functionality, safety and convenience for commercial truck drivers.

Bosch, Mercedes Launch Driverless Ride-Hailing Service

Using autonomous Mercedes-Benz S-Class vehicles, the companies have started a pilot project in San Jose to test out their app-based ride-hailing service.

Battery Capacity an Overlooked Factor in Autonomous Vehicle Deployment, Performance

Autonomous services using electric vehicles will need to consider battery limitations to optimize service deployment, fleet performance, and fleet orchestration.

Push to Electric, Autonomous Drives Global Auto Industry Job Cuts

This year, the auto industry will produce 88.8 million vehicles, about a 6% decrease since last year. German manufacturers can expect steeper job cuts in 2020, according to an auto industry lobbying group.

Flying taxis could transform our cities if we set the right rules

Might Urban Aerial Mobility be the key to reducing congestion, removing people and packages off roads?

New York City Taking 'Cargo Bikes' for a Spin

Aiming to get some diesel-powered delivery trucks off the streets, the Big Apple has approved a pilot to evaluate the performance of "cargo bicycles" on its streets, loading zones, bike lanes, and sidewalks.

A transit employer’s duty to bargain over automation: Introduction

Three types of labor laws govern transit employment: NLRA, the RLA or state-specific public sector collective-bargaining statutes.

Managing and Reducing Accidents in 2019

One place fleet managers are looking for help in reducing incident rates: advanced technology. But safety policies should not be ignored.

Singapore tops urban mobility readiness report

“Cities who embrace technology and have proactive regulation will become leaders in the mobility revolution.”

Transdev lands shared AV pilot contract

The pilot is the cornerstone of LAVTA’s mobility lab in nearby Dublin, Calif.

New York/New Jersey Port Buys Flood-Proof Solar EV Chargers

The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey has purchased two solar electric vehicle (EV) chargers from Envision Solar International.

U.S. DOT Wants Industry Input on Emerging Technologies

The Department of Transportation wants public and transportation industry stakeholders to comment on its Non-Traditional and Emerging Transportation Council to better improve its responsiveness to the needs of the public.

Shell Looks at the Future of Fuel

At a recent conference at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute, Shell presented an array of speakers who sized up the state of alternative fuel technologies in trucking and a likely timeline for real-world adoption of these new means of moving freight.