Autonomous and electric cars were a big focus in the transportation space last month. We rounded up eleven of July’s must-read articles below.
“You will be able to add your car to the Tesla shared fleet just by tapping a button on the Tesla phone app and have it generate income for you while you’re at work or on vacation.” In this scenario, what would be the impact on parking?
Carmakers are under pressure to keep showing strong sales. They may be padding monthly figures with deep discounts and sales to rental-car fleets.
A new report published by UC Berkeley’s Transportation Sustainability Research Center quantifies the effects of car2go, a one-way car-sharing service.
General Motors is betting on ridesharing and autonomous vehicles.
Automotive giants are teaming up with industry disruptors, creating complex alliances.
Parkopedia announced plans to provide its parking information services directly within Apple Maps.
Harvard Professor Calestous Juma discusses why we resist innovation and new technologies, such as driverless cars.
Apple has appointed Bob Mansfield to oversee development of its widely rumored electric vehicle.
A Model S, strapped with Lidar sensors, was spotted near Tesla’s Palo Alto headquarters.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) issued a preliminary report on the fatal crash involving a 2015 Tesla Model S in May.
Safety advocates are campaigning for the use of the word ‘crash’ instead of ‘accident’ to describe traffic incidents.