Researchers and airlines that obsessed over efficiency have spent the past year worrying about safety too.
The companies are backing proposals in other states that would give workers the ability to form unions—but still consider them contractors, not employees.
As Covid-19 shut down air travel, the industry quickly pivoted to hauling more stuff. It won’t be pivoting away anytime soon.
The California Public Utility Commission demanded details on sexual assault cases involving drivers. But Uber says complying would compromise victims’ identities.
Without any need for steering wheels or pedals, the cubes give passengers room to maneuver inside. The latest entrant, from Zoox, can hold 4.
The electric version of Ford’s legendary sports car is a lot of fun to drive. But road trips can be derailed by an underpowered charging network.
Yeager was the prototype of the American hero, a decorated fighter pilot immortalized in Tom Wolfe’s The Right Stuff. He died Monday at age 97.
Joel Johnson, who has taken more than 60 rides in Waymo’s Arizona taxis, has posted over a dozen videos and says it’s been “rock solid.”