Indiana, Purdue University to pilot vehicle-charging concrete
If it works, officials said the technology could be more widely deployed across Indiana's highways.
Columbus, Ohio, readies 'Smart Columbus 2.0'
Columbus will transform its innovation hub into a nonprofit following the completion of a five-year grant program.
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.
Michigan creates future mobility office, 'electrification' council
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed two executive orders forming new bodies she says will "solidify Michigan as a global leader in mobility."
Pollution-sucking buses get fleet expansion in England
The vehicles, to be deployed in six new locations, suck up microscopic particles and dirt from up to more than 30 feet in the air.
Virginia spends $14 million of Volkswagen settlement on electric vehicle charging stations
To expand its network, the state has selected a company that is now searching for ideal locations for new charging stations.
6 finalists share electric vehicle charging ideas in NYCx challenge
One winner to be named in July may get a shot at pitching ideas to city departments and help push the region toward its sustainability goals.
Without enforcement, Washington state falls short on EV adoption goals
State lawmakers directed government entities to buy electric when new vehicles were needed, but a new report shows that few followed the requirement.
Columbus, Ohio shares the plan behind its $500 million smart city portfolio
City innovation chief Michael Stevens is managing half a billion dollars' worth of investments in electric vehicles, new transit and a data platform. He tells StateScoop the technology needs to work for everyone.