Hyundai, in collaboration with Pony.ai and Via, today unveiled BotRide, a shared, on-demand, autonomous vehicle service operating on public roads. Starting today, a fleet of self-driving Hyundai KONA Electric SUVs will provide a free ride-sharing service to the local community of Irvine, California. BotRide will run from November 4, 2019 through January 31, 2020 as part of the pilot phase of the program.
Once again, more evidence that e-bikes are not causing a "bloody battle" on New York City streets.
"This is yet another tragic example of one of Chicago's children not being able to ride safely in the city's streets," said an attorney from a local bike-focused firm.
When it comes to "get stuff done," this is the low-hanging fruit.
The plan for Clark between Irving Park and Montrose includes concrete curb-protected bike lanes, bus boarding islands, and a lower speed limit.
The transportation department could take one very simple action to help more broaden the demographics of who has a say in Chicago mobility projects, but for some reason it has resisted doing so.
State budget bill adds $1 billion, for a total of $1.65 billion for Cycle 6