September 10, 2018

The House of Representatives’ Transportation & Infrastructure Subcommittee on Highways and Transit elicited insight concerning a wide array of emerging technologies during a Sept. 5 hearing that “have the potential to improve the safety and productivity” of the U.S. surface transportation system, according to  Rep. Sam Grav...

September 6, 2018

As local government leaders finalize fiscal year budgets, many are even more focused on long-range transportation planning. That’s because transportation planning is much harder than planning next year’s budget.  

How do government officials plan for transportation costs considering the fact that the technology that will be...

September 6, 2018

A rolling robot may be coming to a Dallas sidewalk near you. 

Dallas officials are considering whether to green-light a pilot of autonomous delivery devices. The robots, which are powered by an electric battery, could deliver groceries, takeout, medicine or other items to customers' doorsteps. If it gets the City Counci...

Karen Philbrick, Executive Director of the Mineta Transportation Institute at San José State University, explores the benefits that high-speed rail will bring to America and how it will play a vital role in future mobility, especially as the country’s population continues to grow.

“We must find ways to move more people, to m...

August 8, 2018

This isn't actually a real Iron Man suit. But it does fly. It's a flying suit made by Gravity Industries, a young British startup that builds what they call 'jet suits.' The system uses six kerosene-powered jet thrusters to let a human fly around. Honestly, it just looks cool.

This tweet states that it takes 1,000 horsepower...

More and more airports around the world are pushing the boundaries of innovation by setting up incubator labs on their premises, creating a collaborative meeting point for start-ups, developers and tech experts.

All around the world, airports are keen to compete by placing themselves at the forefront of innovation.

Many cutti...

July 26, 2018

Jeanerette, LA , headquartered shipbuilder Metal Shark has joined forces with autonomous vessel technology developer ASV Global to introduce "Sharktech" Autonomous Vessels.

Metal Shark is now offering Sharktech autonomous technology on its entire portfolio of vessels, which range from 16' to over 300' in length, aluminum, st...

July 25, 2018

In-car signals based on vehicle-to-vehicle communication could reduce commuting time by 20 percent, say researchers.

The world’s first traffic light system began operating near the Houses of Parliament in London in 1868. It consisted of a set of gas lights operated by a policeman and designed to control the flow of horse-dra...

The rise of autonomous and smart connected vehicles on our highways has put a spotlight on the instances of auto cybercrime, and the relevance of suitable regulations in the industry. FreightWaves recently discussed the impact of these regulations on civil liability in detail, and as a continuation to that segment, spoke wi...

The feasibility and environmental study for the high-speed route from Columbus, Ohio, to Chicago is another step toward making the interstate route a reality.

(TNS) — Feasibility and environmental impact studies will be done on Virgin Hyperloop One's proposed route connecting Columbus, Chicago and Pittsburgh.

The federally re...

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