Uber wins approval to test self-driving cars in California
The ride-hailing company is ramping back up on autonomous vehicle testing after a collision in March 2018 that killed a pedestrian.
AV standards 'insufficient' for manufacturers, agency heads say
Autonomous vehicles need federal safety standards more stringent than an existing patchwork of inconsistent state regulations, U.S. transportation officials told the Senate Commerce Committee.
New York City debuts for-hire vehicle data hub
A new data hub from New York City's Taxi and Limousine Commission will grant residents and officials insight into the way for-hire vehicles move around the city.
Tested by Ubers, scooters and seas of data, city officials see opportunity
A mercurial landscape of transportation options is challenging cities in way that urban transportation officials say they can't build their way out of.
Denver puts bus and rail info on Uber app
A Denver transit agency became the first to integrate its schedule into the ride-hailing app, and will soon start selling rail and bus passes through Uber, too.
Oklahoma convenes autonomous vehicle task force to inform future legislation
The task force comprised of state, local and industry professionals will support the growth of new transportation technologies on the I-40 corridor.
Uber fires its self-driving car operators in Pittsburgh
It's the second time in three months Uber has purged its autonomous vehicle staff, but the company says it's still committed to the technology.
Uber ends autonomous-vehicle program in Arizona
The announcement comes two months after one of Uber's self-driving cars fatally struck a pedestrian. About 200 employees will be laid off, the company said.
Cincinnati Mobility Lab taps Uber data to improve local transit
A three-year project now underway in the city strives to unite public and private sectors on solving the region's transit challenges.