Ohio cities sign up to be autonomous-vehicle testing grounds
Columbus, Athens, Dublin and Marysville entered agreements with the state to open their roads and infrastructure to self-driving and connected cars.
Seattle readies UPS 'eBike' pilot to assist urban delivery
The eBikes, operated by UPS, will work alongside traditional vans as part of an experimental project.
Helping governors stay ahead of the innovation curve
Commentary: Brian Sandoval, governor of Nevada and 2017-18 chair of the National Governors Association, urges governors to keep pace with rapidly changing energy and transportation technologies.
Ex-San Francisco fellow publishes city's lost autonomous vehicles white paper
Forgotten amid a political shuffle, the document condenses the expertise of more than a dozen companies in the connected-device and self-driving vehicles markets.
Bay Area Rapid Transit passes ordinance requiring public review of surveillance technology projects
San Francisco-area advocacy groups are celebrating the ordinance's passage as a victory for civil liberties.
Virginia becomes first state to partner in national anti-drunk-driving tech initiative
A new in-vehicle sensor can detect alcohol on the driver's breath faster and more seamlessly than existing technology.
Federal grant gives Bay Area Rapid Transit an 'extra boost' for security upgrades
A $6.8 million FEMA infusion will help support projects proposed by the authority after recent deaths.
Facial recognition technology catches first impostor at D.C. airport
A man departing from Sao Paulo attempted to use a French passport that turned out not to be his.
It's still really easy to hack and reprogram road signs
Easily accessed through default passwords that are never changed, road signs can be altered to state anything from video-game jokes to zombie warnings.