THE SCUDERI SPLIT-CYCLE Technology – Making every engine burn cleaner, with more power and higher efficiency.
Tesla Motors, based in San Marcos, CA, unveiled its Model S sedan, a car that the company has been promising for years. The biggest change compared to the company's Roadster sports car, other than the appearance and price (the base price is half
Costing just 100,000 rupees ($1,979; £1,366), the Nano will now go on sale across India next month, with deliveries starting in July.
If you’re part of the government/surveillance-complex in Arizona (the extensive collaboration of private companies corrupting law enforcement with the prospect of bucketfuls of money), it sure does seem like it’s hard to catch a break these days.
A city such as Los Angeles was built out on a grid system with traffic moving to the grid edges in order to move on out to another such grid. The operative idea was to avoid congestion within the grid boundaries. Not a bad plan for a small town, but
Americans can buy virtually anything over the Internet these days—sex, booze, houses—everything, that is, but a new car. If you want to buy a new car, you have to go down to your local dealership and haggle with the car salesmen
Traffic warning signs are changed to zombie warning signs. [in various stories, this is the work of "remote hackers", a "UT computer genius", or, just plain hackers that crack the well-known password: DOTS]
President Obama will direct federal regulators on Monday to move swiftly on an application by California and 13 other states to set strict automobile emission and fuel efficiency standards, two administration officials said.
The USA is seeking to establish a global traveling norm requiring government-issued ID for all forms of travel, a life-time record for individual travel histories & mandatory government permission for all travel, particularly air or international tra
Just as the company makes engines, it will now make battery packs for electric cars.
Is it a car? Is it a plane? Actually it’s both. The first flying automobile, equally at home in the sky or on the road, is scheduled to take to the air next month. If it survives its first test flight, the Terrafugia Transition, which can transform i
A new pilot program in New York City will install both forward and backward looking cameras in some of the city’s 13,000 cabs and limousines.
It appears today that TxDOT has come to its knees — at least for the moment, and we can claim a important though partial victory in fighting the mammoth Trans-Texas Corridor. To be sure, this is TxDOT spin, but it is clear that they are responding to
Advanced Neural Network Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) Engine for Real-Time Notification of Vehicles of Interest.
AirTran Airways apologized Friday to nine Muslims kicked off a New Year's Day flight to Florida after other passengers reported hearing a suspicious remark about airplane security. One of the passengers said the confusion started at Reagan Nation
A year ago, the Oregon Department of Transportation announced it had demonstrated that a new way to pay for roads — via a mileage tax and satellite technology — could work. Now Gov. Ted Kulongoski says he’d like the legislature to take the next st
Danish boutique automaker Zenvo Automotive had exactly one goal in mind when it designed the ST1 hyper-exotic: build "a real supercar with excessive power."
As lawmakers around the country continue to consider speed limit enforcement as the primary traffic safety measure, the most comprehensive examination of accident causation in thirty years suggests this focus on speed may be misplaced.
By shunning government loans, Ford Motor Co.'s top executives say they hope to buff up the automaker's image and set it apart from its cash-starved Detroit competitors
Metro light rail faces plenty of challenges running its new transit system. It has trains to take care of, schedules to meet and the complex demands of planning extensions. Just as difficult: juggling the money to pay for it all. The $1.4 BILLION sp
December 5th 2008
The Big Three are back on Capitol Hill today. This time their talking to Congress about getting a multi-billion dollar bailout package.
Imperiled automakers and their union worked feverishly Wednesday to sell a skeptical Congress on a $34 billion aid plan, promising labor concessions and restructuring.
Days go by without a sale. His debts are mounting. His friends offer him cash to get by. “I’m trying to survive as a car dealer,” said Mr. Thomas, now 59, “and I don’t know if I can.”
GM spokesman Tony Cervone acknowledged today that the board has examined the possibility of bankruptcy as an option the automaker may need to pursue should it not receive its share of a $25 billion low-cost loan package the Detroit automakers are see
I rang up DPS flack Lt. James Warriner, and he confirmed that Post-it note ninjas are at work in the Valley, with at least five incidents having occurred over the last few days on SR 51, I-10, and the Loop 101. Warriner says DPS has an investigator a
But while Democrats said the stimulus measure would wait until President-elect Barack Obama takes office in January, some industry experts fear that one of the Big Three automakers will collapse before then,
A Deutsche Bank analyst on Monday downgraded shares of General Motors Corp. to sell from hold, saying the automaker was on the path to bankruptcy before the end of the year unless the U.S. government agrees to a bailout.
The Obama Administration promises change, and invites suggestions for their agenda. Since they’ve asked, here are the first things we think they should do to restore our right to travel, and to address the issues of ID requirements and identity-based
Deutsche Bank also cut GM to "sell" from "hold," and saw an equity value of $0 for the stock, according to a report on theflyonthewall.com. Reuters could not immediately verify the report.