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.
Uber may become more like a conventional taxi service, but it has permanently screwed workers.
Two of the most notoriously dangerous muscle cars are being retired — but probably just to make room for heavier, bigger, and more dangerous models.
Streetsblog talked with Bart Twaalfhoven, consul general of the Netherlands in the Midwest, about some of the differences between the Netherlands and Chicago when it comes to road safety.
Like many bills before it, the Seamless Transit Transformation Act has pushed forward change - even though it didn’t become law.
This afternoon the Department of Conservation and Recreation, DCR, the managing state agency for the Southwest Corridor, announced they would “implement moving closures along the Southwest Corridor Park bike path in the City of Boston to accommodate repair work,” according to an advisory posted to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon: @MassDCR has issued the following recreational […]
A Chinese proverb goes: "The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second-best time is now." The same goes for replacing car infrastructure with bike infrastructure.