Autonomous trucking technology company TuSimple announced the launch of its Autonomous Freight Network, which it says will lay the groundwork for self-driving trucks to become commercially available by 2024.
Hyliion Inc., looking to make its own claim in the Class 8 electrified market, launched its Hypertruck Electric Range Extender (ERX), a long-haul, fully electric powertrain, with an order from logistics company Agility for 1,000 trucks.
The installation of DC fast chargers at three Love’s Travel Stops along Highway 99 expands the West Coast Electric Highway and takes a big step in the electrification of commercial fleets.
Arcimoto's Deliverator, an ultra-efficient, three-wheel electric vehicle designed for local and last-mile delivery, will be available to rent on the HyreCar platform this summer in Los Angeles.
Results of a study by electric utilities in Washington, Oregon, and California call for the installation of charging sites along the I-5 for medium- and heavy-duty electric trucks to reduce pollution caused by freight transport along the Pacific Coast.
Along with software and consulting, the mobility technology company has partnered with Chinese two-wheel EV manufacturer Yadea for direct access to e-bikes to start a shared service.
Volvo Trucks North America deployed its first pilot VNR Electric truck in Southern California as part of the Volvo LIGHTS (Low Impact Green Heavy Transport Solutions) project.
Driving data collated by Samsara shows that while long haul transportation and food and beverage sectors have essentially reached pre-COVID-19 commercial driving activity, other industries, like transit, education, and oil and gas are far from recovery.
In 2016, the agency was the first to announce a commitment to transitioning 100% of its fleet to zero emissions battery-electric vehicles.
The announcement comes amidst a surge of electric pickup model releases.
The system update expands Tesla’s carsharing and ride-sharing capability with a window into the functionality of an autonomous carsharing service.
Nikola, which has yet to sell a truck, saw its market valuation surged to $31 billion — higher than Fiat Chrysler and Ford — in its first week of public trading.