Toyota is making a $1 billion investment in a massive Asian ridesharing service, signaling the future of the world’s biggest automaker.
Honolulu city officials are capping the amount of surge pricing rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft can charge, prompting backlash.
After a strong start, the Lyft and GM relationship is reportedly fraying as each company goes its own way on driverless rideshare services.
Polls find enthusiasm for self-driving cars is waning—even in the San Francisco Bay Area, the technology’s cradle.
Dockless bikes and scooters are sweeping the West Coast and revolutionizing urban transportation. But do the drawbacks outweigh their value?
Uber officials want to continue testing their self-driving technology in Pittsburgh, but the city’s mayor is pushing for it to adhere to new, stricter PennDOT rules.
Investors have indicated these five companies are leading the pack of independent self-driving car technology firms.
Japanese leaders are eyeing 2030 as the date when close to a third of the country’s vehicles will be self-driving.
Autonomous motorcycles are being developed to help autonomous cars learn how to share the road with real motorcycles.
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