How To Build a Car That Kills People: Cybertruck Edition
The Cybertruck represents a lot of what's wrong with the U.S. transportation system — even as it purports to address those problems.
For Transportation Workers, Driverless Cars Are an Office Safety Issue
“[We need] federal laws, not just a patchwork of state and local laws across the country."
How AI Could Transform Transportation — And Not Just Autonomous Vehicles
Artificial intelligence is being installed in cars — but that's not the only place it's showing up. A new report explores what cities need to know about the emerging tech in order to use it well.
What Do ‘Livable’ Streets Look Like in an Era of Driverless Cars?
Does a world of autonomous cars really have to make our streets less human?
AVs Aren’t Solving our Transportation Problems; They’re Automating Them
"Right now, AV-makers would have us believe that all of our transportation concerns will go away if we simply replace human drivers with computers. But we know this is not true."
The Transportation Future of Los Angeles Needs to be Built Around Electric Rail, Not Hydrogen or Autonomous Vehicles
In his L.A. Times commentary “Los Angeles, 2043: An optimistic scenario for transportation”, John Rossant says a few good things about public transit, congestion pricing and renewable energy.
Study: Advanced Tech Could Help Prevent 250,000 Traffic Deaths Over 30 Years — But It’s Not a ‘Silver Bullet’
And no, we're not talking about "fully autonomous vehicles."
Talking Headways: Planning for Generative AI
Let's talk about generative artificial intelligence — and how it may undermine the public comment period in really bad ways
Advocates Call On Congress to Put the Brakes On Reckless Autonomous Vehicle Rollouts
Advocates are calling on Congress to be cautious of the promises of the AV revolution — and stop getting distracted from proven solutions like safe road design.