62 Blog Posts From the Mass Transit Tag


Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for June 7, 2017

Car of the Future Weekly Roundup for June 7, 2017

The NMA Foundation presents The Car of the Future Weekly Roundup: In this week’s Roundup: –Feds plan to update AV guidelines soon— –CO, TN, & TX give AV greenlight— –Uber Finance Chief quits— –Instantly rechargeable battery could change the future– NMA’s Car of the Future Story of the Week US plans to update self-driving guidelines in coming months […]

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: June 5, 2017

TheNewspaper.com Roundup: June 5, 2017

In this week’s TheNewspaper.com Roundup! –Car Taxes in Washington Legislature– –OH Crt upholds rights to warn of roadblocks– –OH Crt blocks speed cam lawsuit– Friday, June 2, 2017 Car Taxes Could Determine Control Of Washington Legislature The Washington state legislature is evenly split, with a single seat giving Republicans control of the state Senate, and […]

Giving Up the Wheel for a Passenger Seat As You Get Older

Giving Up the Wheel for a Passenger Seat As You Get Older

As we age, or have parents and grandparents who are getting older, we find the decision to stop driving a very complicated one. Giving up the car keys can bring up a lot of questions and emotions. Questions such as, “How will I get to my Doctor appointment? How will I get groceries? And what […]

Flying Cars or Flying Drones?

Flying Cars or Flying Drones?

The NMA Foundation presents the Car of the Future weekly feature: As many motorists can attest, traffic congestion seems to get worse each passing day. As more people move to urban cores, roads, streets and highways cannot be widened or built fast enough and neither can public transit. Could building sky roads to accommodate flying cars or passenger […]

Is the Future of Cars, the Future of Cities?

Is the Future of Cars, the Future of Cities?

The NMA Foundation presents the Car of the Future weekly feature: According to a recent Bloomberg report, urbanization is expected to increase average city density by 30 percent over the next 15 years. If that is actually true, existing systems of road infrastructure and public transit will be stretched to the max. Many experts are beating the drum […]