Electrify America and EVgo announced an interoperability agreement that allows drivers to charge their EVs on both EVgo and Electrify America public chargers without additional fees
The report explains the test results of 40 individuals and gives suggestions on what mobility and infrastructure changes may need to be implemented to ensure safety on roadways.
The one-time fee would be paid by developers applying for building permits to pay for services such as roads, police protection, and public facilities.
Geofencing has been enacted on the university’s campus to limit the use of motorized scooters to eight parking areas. Fines will be issued for violating the policy.
Daimler Trucks North America presented the keys to its first two production eCascadia battery-electric tractors to Penske and NFI on Aug. 21 in Napa Valley, California.
The tech giant hopes to expand its autonomous testing into the U.S. A Yandex autonomous prototype now costs $6.5 million rubles ($98,000), down from the first prototype cost of $9.5 million.
Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government will begin accepting applications from shared mobility companies looking to get a license to operate in Lexington, Ky.
Denso announced it will test and implement mobility services across Dublin involving wireless devices, cloud computing, and a network of sensors, cameras, and data.
Spireon has launched FleetLocate for Ford, syncing the fleet management solution with Ford vehicles that support the automaker's open-platform Transportation Mobility Cloud (TMC), and also announced updates to its user interface.
The city’s Public Works will issue permits allowing for the semi-autonomous robots to begin testing over the next six months.
Through this partnership, Beep will leverage the market leading technology and tools that Bestmile offers to plan, manage, and orchestrate its autonomous shuttle fleets.
The “cooler-sized devices” will navigate residential neighborhoods in Irvine, Calif.