The CEO says his Autopilot system will be "feature-complete" this year, and ready to ferry snoozing passengers by the end of next year.
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Plus: We bid adieu to the Airbus A380, Amazon makes a move, and we take a tour of the gear that keeps Nascar racers on the oval.
New York's mayor says the rule, which halts the granting of new licenses, is vital for reining in congestion. Uber says the city is overreaching.
If perfectly arranged drawers and heart-stopping car racing is your thing, you'll be glad to meet the crews who make it happen.
In a world of cheap gas, easy-come auto loans, ride-hail, and now a new breed of bike- and scooter-share, transit riders aren’t riding like they used to.
The logistics giant invests in autonomous vehicle startup Aurora, the micromobility world ponders its future, we review the new Porsche 911, and more.
Access to cars is the best short-term solution for connecting lower-income people to jobs, but the autos they can afford are the worst for the planet.
With the help of a 300-pound test dummy named Todd, Will Pemble has turned his home into an amusement park.
The shared, electric scooter and bike-based industry has earned its own conference—even as the hype starts to cool.
Plus: Lyft tries to stop a driver minimum wage law and carbon fiber production is going to be problematic for flying taxis.
The city has an unusual amount of insight into what ride-hail companies do on its streets, and it uses the info to plan for the future.
The ride-hail company says the new rules, set to roll out Friday, would advantage the market leader—Uber.
The city and ride-share company are trialling a new service meant to get more people onto public transit.
Plus: Making public transit work better for women, the government shutdown messes with air traffic control, and more.
The number of EVs on American roads is likely to triple in the next few years. Some places have more prep work to do than others.
Way more men than women are taking LA's Expo line, and new research helps explain why.
Shareholders are suing Elon Musk over that "taking Tesla private" tweet, and just got the right to subpoena Banks and Grimes.