From New York to Moab, Utah, bicyclists and municipal officials are divided over whether ebikes should be permitted on bicycle trails.
For years, automakers focused on using autonomous technology for “robotaxis,” akin to a shared Uber. A GM announcement this week shows that’s changing.
In the wake of the pandemic, officials are shifting bus and rail service toward lower-income neighborhoods, while some agencies are eliminating fares.
A memo issued Thursday urges states to fix roads before constructing new ones, and to consider climate-friendly projects like bike lanes.
For a new service in Manhattan, the couriers will cross paths with the company’s traditional gig worker contractors, who generally aren’t eligible for benefits.
Facing a tight labor market and even tighter schedules, some companies are hiring employees, with benefits.
Pedestrians and transit systems will benefit from the $1.2 trillion plan. So will the nation’s broadband networks and climate change measures.
Entrepreneurs are devising innovative ways to reuse spent electric vehicle batteries. One promising idea is storing power from solar and wind farms.
GM thinks consumers might pay $135 a month for emergency assistance, enhanced maps, and software-enabled upgrades that boost acceleration.