The article “Linux beat IBM will open-source software beat Waymo and Tesla ?” introduced the power of the open-source organizational model to crowdsource the innovation of a community. Is it possible... read more →
Michelle Wu, a City Council member in Boston, wants everyone to ride for free on subways and buses that crisscross the region. Wu says the city is experiencing a “transportation... read more →
Sustainable transport like cycling will overtake car usage in the world’s biggest cities by 2030, according to new research. In a report published Monday, research firm Kantar claimed private car... read more →
It has taken 124 years, but, finally, bicyclists will rule on San Francisco’s Market Street. And transit users also have cause to celebrate because the city’s decision to rid the... read more →
(Reuters) – Electric air taxis — known colloquially, if somewhat misleadingly, as “flying cars” — could draw millions of investor dollars away from ground-based transportation start-up firms in 2020, according... read more →
Self-driving cars aren’t quite ready for large-scale commercial deployment, but as the technology advances most companies developing it plan multiple layers of safety. Aurora, a startup that counts Amazon as... read more →
A new study of four on-demand minibus services in cities in Europe and the US has concluded that the systems can offer a more efficient and cleaner first and last... read more →
Please see Incoming Sec. Chao's responses to the Senate Commerce, Science, & Transportation Committee.