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A new town currently under construction in southwest Florida will start running autonomous shuttles next month as part of a mobility-as-a-service platform.
An electric bus traveled more than 1,000 miles on a test track, setting a new world record for electric vehicles.
The Federal Transit Administration awarded $55 million in grants to 51 projects in 39 states through the Low or No Emission Vehicle program.
Working to make its technology a reality, Hyperloop One has selected 10 potential routes in five countries for additional study.
Michigan-based start-up May Mobility will test two self-driving shuttles in downtown Detroit next month.
Arlington (TX) is testing two automated shuttles to provide connections between local sports stadiums and parking lots.
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Elon Musk claims he received government approval for a Hyperloop tunnel to link New York City with Washington, D.C.
At least 10 companies in greater Los Angeles are making and selecting electric buses to meet growing demand from transit operators like LA Metro