It is a measure of the complex challenges facing the autonomous vehicle industry that participants in the space cannot yet seem to agree on whether wireless vehicle connections are necessary…

As New York becomes the first American city to charge tolls on city streets with a policy known as congestion pricing, Seattle is still waiting on a study of the policy promised months ago. Under a contract signed last fall, the city will pay the consulting firm Nelson\Nygaard up to $200,000 for an analysis of the “impacts and benefits” of congestion pricing that will “lead with an equity lens,” according to the contract. But the due date for that work, Feb. 4, has come and gone and the report has not been publicly released…

The move is in the wake of reporting that Department of Transportation officials paid a company $3.6 million to drop its bid in 2014…

With the motto of “everyone can be a safe driver,” Driving-Tests provides customers with unlimited access to official state driver’s manuals; online practice tests for car, motorcycle and commercial driver’s license; an exam simulator and DMV-related information…

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is probing reports of unintended braking in 675,000 2017-2018 Nissan Rogue vehicles, it said on Friday. NHTSA said it is opening a defect petition review in response to a request by the Center for Auto Safety. The agency will look at reports of the vehicles’ automatic emergency braking system engaging with no apparent obstruction in the vehicle’s path.,,