Adams Administration Withholds 311 Emails From Streetsblog
“An agency repeatedly issuing itself extensions to respond to FOIL requests is inconsistent with FOIL’s purpose," said one lawyer.
Feds’ Proposed Impaired Driving Rule is a Bigger Deal Than You Think
But can in-car tech make it past the gauntlet of regulatory hurdles and culture wars ahead?
Study: Advanced Tech Could Help Prevent 250,000 Traffic Deaths Over 30 Years — But It’s Not a ‘Silver Bullet’
How Your Car is Doubling as a Data Collection Device — And Who’s Profiting
Cars and the infrastructure that support them are spying on all of us. What will it take to keep them in check?
Smartphones Distract Drivers Behind the Wheel — But Can Could They Also Help Them Pay Attention?
They’re indispensable. They’re addictive. They can also be dangerous.
What is ‘Personal Rapid Transit’ — And Can it Really Replace Buses and Trains?
Is a shared autonomous vehicle on a dedicated track really the same as public transportation? San Jose thinks so — and officials are about to bet big on it.