Experts and transit leaders say that there could be real benefits to working with ride-hailing companies. But data is needed to assess how successful these programs really are.
The agency announced a call for white papers to kick off its new five-year, open submission contract.
Many of today’s regulations focus on giving drivers more control over their cars, but for driverless cars, the Transportation Department will need to take humans out of the equation.
More than 100 more airports have joined the beta test of a program that authorizes drone flights in controlled airspace in near-real time.
Last year’s surge in drone registrations forced the Federal Aviation Administration to significantly revise its predictions about the industry’s long-term growth.
The Federal Aviation Administration gave its first OK to drone company to deliver commercial goods.
So how did a problem slip through?
A D.C.-based startup with roots in the insurance market is using machine learning to predict the probability of car crashes on just about any stretch of road.
In its National Strategy for Aviation Security, the Trump administration called on the government to be more proactive in spotting threats to U.S. airspace.
Under a new ruling, law enforcement officers would be able to identify drones from afar.
The move would greatly open the use of small drones but at least one lawmaker is worried about the privacy of people on the ground.
It also wants to research how self-driving vehicles can be manipulated to threaten the public.
The Enterprise IT Shared Services contract will be available departmentwide but task orders will have to flow through the Office of the Chief Information Officer.
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The Transportation Department collects a wealth of data on traffic accidents but can't present it in the most impactful way to policymakers.
The Transportation Department started with a bug hunting campaign that turned up unexpected vulnerabilities in headquarters computer systems.
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