New York is considering measures that would block TNCs from adding new drivers. According to Lyft, 25 percent of drivers leave the network every year, which could leave the TNCs unable to meet demand if the cap is implemented.
The OECD's International Transport Forum introduces a new kind of urban mobility system that would remove 97 percent of cars on the road, and reduce fuel consumption by 30-40 percent.
MIT's recent projection of an intersection without traffic lights has captured the public's imagination. In an exclusive interview, we discuss "slot-based intersections" with the concept's principal architect.
For automakers, increasing public familiarity with semi-autonomous driving technology may be the best way to help consumers overcome initial fears around driverless cars.
Semi-autonomous driving features like advanced cruise control can impact vehicle efficiency by up to 10 percent, but current regulations don't test for these technologies.
Among other changes to its economy, Saudi Arabia is likely to privatize some of Saudi Aramco's downstream assets within a year, according to Jean-Francois Seznec.
KPMG: Even as national and international oil companies continue to call the shots, oilfield service companies have emerged as the "unsung workhorse" of the oil industry.
The unexpected collapse in oil prices appears driven by the desire of some OPEC members to reduce competition by opening the spigots. Economists Morriss, Meiners and Yande examine the implications for the United States.
Driving is more energy-intense than flying, a University of Michigan study concluded last month, revealing surprising trends about energy consumption in the United States.
Research from UC Davis and Consumer Reports explores the question: Why are so many automotive dealerships steering customers away from electric vehicles?