Remote work generally reduces driving. But the travel behavior of telecommuters isn’t as straightforward as it might seem.
For decades, the federal government has issued a guide for designing streets. Activists want to make it better for pedestrians and cyclists.
The company’s first-ever union agreement could distract from more changes that need to happen, both within the gig economy and governments.
A study finds that users of advanced driver-assistance systems drive 4,888 more miles per year than similar drivers without the feature.
People went wild for its shared rides. Then came trouble. Now the startup is hellbent to prove it can be cool and safe—and exactly what cities need.
The automaker says the battery inside the pickup can power a home for three days—useful in a world of fires, floods, and freezes.
After tax credits, the base model of the electric pickup will be cheaper than its gas-fueled sibling, removing what has been a big barrier for EV sales.
Gas taxes are the largest source of funding for highway construction and maintenance. As more cars plug in, that revenue is shrinking.
But driving millions of gallons of gas around the country is trickier than you might think.
Despite his unease with the ride-hail business model, the president needs help getting more Americans to vaccination sites to meet his July 4 deadline.