Read on to learn about how Texas is facilitating technological advancements in transportation.
U.S. Postal Service mail, packages are headed to Dallas by self-driving truck Dallas NewsBefore letters end up in your mailbox and packages land on your doorstep, many travel hundreds or thousands of miles in the back of a truck. Now,...
Self-driving cars being tested all across Houston | khou.com KHOU.com
DART's new interactive kiosks bring leading edge technology to north Texas riders MassTransitMag.com
New transportation center streamlines mass transit Chron.com
Texas Self-driving long-haul trucks hit Texas highways this week 10:51 AM, Jan 30 KXXV News Channel 25
UPS, Waymo teaming up on driverless transportation Silicon Valley
Georgetown officials to make decisions this year on the future of public transportation options Community Impact Newspaper
Austin-based FlashParking raises $60 million for parking management technology TechCrunch
CCRTA introduces autonomous shuttle at A&M-Corpus Christi event MassTransitMag.com
There's A New Long-Term Plan For The Future Of Downtown San Antonio Texas Public Radio
Lyft Debuts Service Center in Texas | 2020-01-16 Ratchet+Wrench
The Texas Tribune is traveling to Houston for two days of conversations on urban Texas and the impact of precipitous population growth and dynamic demographic change on the way cities are governed, funded and developed.
Wings of Innovation: Aviation and Aerospace in North Texas Fly to a High-Tech Future dallasinnovates.com
TxDOT Seeks Feedback for Long-Range State Transportation Plan Rivard Report
Nirenberg Calls for Shifting Sales Tax to VIA Transit, Away From Aquifer Protection Rivard Report
Here's why Uber wants to put self-driving cars on downtown Dallas streets The Dallas Morning News
As road congestion worsens in Texas cities, public transit authorities are racing to raise money for vast expansions of light rail and buses to transport the state's growing population.
Austin’s fight with Uber and Lyft foreshadowed today’s ride-hailing controversies VoxHow will the ridesharing companies react to California's new regulations? Ask Austin.
How To Use Lyft's New Safety Features In The App BustleAmid increasing reports of alleged sexual assault on rideshare services, Lyft is announcing new safety measures in the app. Lyft is partnering with the ...
This is how self-driving cars follow state traffic laws MashableSelf-driving companies like Aurora want consistent, nationwide traffic rules for autonomous vehicles instead of the messy regulations on the road now.
Austin Transportation Department launches new website aimed at cutting down traffic KVUE.comAUSTIN, Texas — Austin's Transportation Department is trying to make it easier for Austinites to find eco-friendly travel options through their new website, Get ...
New Uber Hub To Create 3K New Jobs In Texas pymnts.comTexas Gov. Greg Abbott announced that Uber will receive $24 million from the state to establish a new U.S. General and Administrative Hub in Dallas.
Smart Cities World
The Texas airport will use the Easy Mile EZ10 driverless shuttle to move passengers around from one terminal to the ground transportation area and will investigate other route options.
Community Impact Newspaper
Real estate developer Hillwood announced June 10 plans to create a center that will encourage the development of new transportation technology. The AllianceTexas Mobility Innovation Zone will be located at AllianceTexas, a mixed-use development in northeast Fort Worth, and already has two projects in the works.
This guide will arm you with an overview of competing views on autonomous cars so you can hold your own in your next conversation about AVs.
Before letters end up in your mailbox and packages land on your doorstep, many travel hundreds or thousands of miles in the back of a truck. Now, the United States Postal Service is testing what it would take to shuttle that cargo without a driver in the front seat.
Lawmakers are pushing more measures than ever before that could delay the Dallas-Houston bullet train project — and there’s even a special subcommittee tackling the topic.
Houston Public Media
Six zones have been established downtown and officials are also looking at other areas with lots of clubs and restaurants.