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As I stood in line waiting for my turn to sign the papers for my rental car, I was alarmed by the fact that this rental company (a reputable company, for the record!) was relying upon computers and software that … Continue reading →
Despite the fact that driverless cars will have huge positive impacts on our society (improved safety, enhanced mobility, more reliable travel times), there are still some significant legal questions that need to be addressed. Many insurance companies and state government … Continue reading →
I continue to be fascinated by various industries’ response to driverless cars. Reactions range from “They’re coming soon – we need to adjust our business model now” to “Don’t be fooled – they aren’t coming any time soon!” The media often … Continue reading →
All signs point to yes; however, the current rates of electric vehicle adoption don’t necessarily reflect that! The U.S. Energy Information Administration stated: In 2013, there were about 70,000 battery electric vehicles (EVs) and 104,000 plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs)—small … Continue reading →
Originally posted on Driving Towards Driverless Cars:
In recent months, there have been many news articles regarding the introduction of a new transportation mode: microtransit. If there was a transportation mode spectrum between large, fixed route buses and single occupancy…
In recent months, there have been many news articles regarding the introduction of a new transportation mode: microtransit. If there was a transportation mode spectrum between large, fixed route buses and single occupancy vehicles, microtransit would fall somewhere in-between. Mictrotransit … Continue reading →
Uber and Lyft, which are officially categorized as “transportation network companies,” or TnCs, started around 2009. At the time, their services were completely novel and, because of that, they were largely unregulated. That is, until 2013, when the California Public … Continue reading →
Yesterday, I attended the Southern California Live Ride Share conference. This event convened national leaders in shared use mobility (e.g., car sharing, bike sharing, ride sharing) – representing the public and private sector. I was pleasantly surprised to find that … Continue reading →
Unlike all of the driverless car bloggers and journalists, I am not going to write about the Uber/Google competition. I feel the media outlets have more than covered that story this week. I would like to focus more on the … Continue reading →