Plus: Electric scooters invade American cities and Lyft goes after its carbon emissions.
It's not the only discombobulated city struggling to divide precious space.
The ride-hailing company is working with DC to share info—and the much coveted curb.
Plus: Aistream's cozy new trailer, Luminar starts cranking out lidars, and more.
The company's bid for dominance now hinges on controlling every way you move.
The acquisition signals that Uber wants to be more than just taxi substitute.
The vehicles will need updates—forever.
A Tesla wreck, an EPA rollback, and a city simulator
San Francisco is just the latest city dealing with a horde of new vehicles—from dockless bikes to electric scooters—and struggling to figure out how to best allocate limited space.
Autonomous vehicle crashes don't look like human driven ones.
A ban for Uber, a challenge to Tesla, and Jaguars for Waymo.
Plus, Elon Musk gets a nice Tesla compensation package, and everything else you missed this week.
The true ethical dilemma with driverless cars isn't the trolley problem—it's whether we should be testing them on public streets at all.