We rounded up eleven articles from the past month to keep you ahead of the curve on all things transportation and parking.
“Cities should be defined by communities and connections, not pavement and parking spots.” Lyft Co-Founder John Zimmer makes predictions for how autonomous vehicles will empower ride sharing to make up an even bigger piece of the transportation pie.
Uber’s self-driving cars are officially on the road in Pittsburgh. The company sees self-driving Ubers as an opportunity to “free up the 20 percent of space in cities currently used to park the world’s billion plus cars.”
This article makes an argument for high-tech and low-tech ways to reduce the amount of space cars take up in cities, including reducing parking.
A proposal for an affordable housing development in NYC threatens to eliminate an Upper West Side parking lot, raising a debate between vocal supporters on both sides.
SpotHero CEO Mark Lawrence shares his thoughts on the future of autonomous parking and what that means for the parking industry today.
Uber and Lyft are reshaping the car-dependent city of Los Angeles, as more people sell their cars and rely on ride-sharing apps for everyday transportation.
Learn how is Uber working with the city of Pittsburgh to make driverless cars a reality in 2016.
Waze has partnered with INRIX, making it even easier for drivers to find and book parking via mobile.
Apple has laid off employees on its self-driving car project and has shifted focus, from designing an actual vehicle to building out the underlying technology.
Google is seeing slow progress in their attempt to build a driverless car with full autonomy. They may be losing out to more practical, less-ambitious self-driving car projects.
After an acquisition from Uber, Otto is targeting 2017 as its main entry into long-haul trucking, signaling an expansion in autonomous vehicles.