Inside Uber’s self-driving efforts in Pittsburgh.
"Lonely, I'm so lonely, I have nobody to call my own."
"A little part of me was awakened today."
Eat. Pray. Metro.
A storm in Delta’s hub of Atlanta prompted flight cancellations, but tech failures made matters worse.
Am I sitting in someone's urine?
I realized I wasn't in an Uber.
Elaine Chao’s mantra: “If confirmed, I look forward to working with you on that.”
The ride-hailing company's long-term plan is to convince people to give up car ownership in favor of Lyft subscriptions.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation said users should have the ability to opt-out of an app update that tracks riders five minutes after they’ve been dropped off.
The ride-hail giant is opening up an AI Lab.
Elaine Chao served as labor secretary under President George W. Bush.
Or who will run it.
The feature is under federal investigation for its role in recent accidents.
Instead, they’re riding Uber and Lyft to work.
Here's what he thinks the future of transportation will look like.
Ah, New York City. (This post contains video that may be disturbing for some readers.) Update: The woman will likely be charged after revealing that it was a prank.
Like, it has approached dumpster fire level.
"One clear set of rules to thoughtfully and safely expedite the deployment of full self driving vehicles."
Washington, D.C.'s subway system will be shut down Wednesday for an emergency investigation following an electrical fire that caused huge delays on Monday.
Executives at all three companies will appear before Congress today.
The online retail giant removed the two-wheeled devices after an official warning that "consumers risk serious injury or death if their self-balancing scooters ignite and burn."
Starting Dec. 21, the Transportation Department will collect the names, addresses, and emails of every drone owner in the United States.
Drone owners will have to provide their name, address, and email, along with a $5 fee to the federal government.
The proposal unveiled Monday includes a recommendation that names and addresses of those who own drones weighing more than 250 grams be registered with the FAA.
The U.S. government is preparing a special holiday gift for aspiring drone pilots: mandatory drone registration.
After years of complaints that agents arbitrarily search black women's hair, the Transportation Security Administration has agreed to new training courses that stress "racial neutrality."
Residents of the Big Apple spend a combined average of 49 hours per week working and commuting — longer than any other major city in the country.
BART is the fifth-busiest rail system in the United States. But despite its popularity, we riders tend to know very little about these trains moving us around the Bay.
The stabbing took place in the town of Niles. There were no fatalities.
The Minnesota senator called an Uber executive's remarks about targeting journalists "troubling."
Think gas is expensive?
The Renaissance was a time of really big collars. And peril.
How do you say "road rage" in Swedish?
These aren't your typical bikes and cars.
Some of these actually happened. Which might make you appreciate Delta. (Just kidding.)
Are we there yet? How about now? Now?
Soon you will be able to whip through a redwood forest at unimaginable speed to your gruesome death. Who am I kidding, this is awesome!
Move over cabs, didn't you hear? Tortoises are the newest vehicles on the block.
With most technologies, we can only guess what they will look like 1,000 years from now. Not so with transportation. We all know the end game is teleportation. But it's not as simple as we'd like to think
Like a boss!
A motorized, one-wheel unicycle you sit inside of. It's hard to explain so watch the video here.