From 'smart mobility hubs' to crowdsourcing traffic data, Columbus tests new transportation tech
The Smart Columbus regional partnership in Ohio has announced three new pilot projects to reduce traffic congestion and improve access to transportation options.
Hackers could sow chaos by shutting down connected cars, researchers say
A new study led by a Georgia Tech professor imagines a nightmare scenario in which hackers control enough internet-connected vehicles to shut down an entire city.
How Smart Columbus is advancing city transportation tech
Commentary: Jordan Davis, a director at the Columbus Partnership, shares how the Ohio capital is making the most of its $570 million experiment.
Ohio opens 540-acre testing ground for 'smart' vehicles
The facility, called SMARTCenter, is the latest addition to the state's investment in autonomous and connected vehicle research.
Utah invests $50 million in connected and autonomous vehicle infrastructure
Officials say they'll work with Panasonic to advance from Utah's current time-saving and efficiency techniques onto roadway technologies that can save lives.
'Smart city' initiatives are creating a flood of new data
As municipal devices tuck away trillions of terabytes of data, smart-city experts say they don't have the workforce or infrastructure to parse the information.
Looking to create standards for smart state projects, Ohio selects a vendor
The state wants a way to get the most out of its next-generation transportation efforts.
Minnesota Gov. Dayton orders autonomous vehicle testing, creates advisory board
An executive order puts the state in a growing group of those planning for new advances in transportation technology.
Pennsylvania connects 5,000 state vehicles to the Internet of Things
With real-time data, the state says it hopes to improve efficiency and driver safety.