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The Verge
September 6, 2017 | Expert Analysis
The US is speeding toward its first national law for self-driving cars
The US House of Representatives passed a bill today that could accelerate the rollout of self-driving technology. The Safely Ensuring Lives Future Deployment and Research In Vehicle Evolution Act, or “SELF DRIVE” Act, quickly cleared the House with unanimous support, and now moves to the Senate.
Greg Rogers |
Policy Analyst & Assistant Editor of Eno Transportation Weekly (ETW)
U.S. News and World Report
September 1, 2017 | OP-ED
Time for More On-Time Flights
Robert Puentes |
President and CEO
Thanks in part to lower airline tickets, experts are warning of record traffic in the skies this Labor Day weekend. While the airlines will likely add seats to meet the demand and minimize delays, the same can't be said for our nation's air traffic control network.
Trucks.com
August 31, 2017 | Expert Analysis
General Motors Bullish on Diesel Despite Global Crackdown
U.S. auto buyers generally shun diesel-powered vehicles despite their popularity in Europe and elsewhere, a wariness that has only increased as a series of emission scandals have plagued the car industry.
Paul Lewis |
Vice President, Policy and Finance
pcmag.com
August 25, 2017 | Expert Analysis
The Case for Taxing Self-Driving Cars
Gas tax revenue could dip even further as autonomous cars come online. So some policymakers are zeroing in on taxing those self-driving vehicles.
Paul Lewis |
Vice President, Policy and Finance
U.S. News and World Report
August 22, 2017 | OP-ED
Environmental Rules Aren't the Problem
Emil Frankel |
Senior Fellow
For over a year President Donald Trump promised to rebuild America's infrastructure. While the details of his program have not been fully disclosed, it appears that rolling back environmental regulations will be at its core.
The Car Connection
August 22, 2017 | Expert Analysis
How self-driving vehicles will soon impact your taxes
Self-driving of the future will use less fuel—and in some cases none at all—which could leave some states pining for revenue to finance infrastructure updates funded by gas taxes.
Paul Lewis |
Vice President, Policy and Finance
Convenience Store News
August 22, 2017 | Expert Analysis
States Weigh Autonomous-Vehicle Taxes
As vehicles across the United States become more fuel-efficient, some states are considering whether and how to tax autonomous vehicles to make up for lost gas-tax revenue.
Paul Lewis |
Vice President, Policy and Finance
The Detroit News
August 21, 2017 | Expert Analysis
Cash-strapped states eye self-driving car taxes
Some cash-strapped states are considering taxing self-driving cars as they look for ways to replace revenue lost from gas tax collections that have dwindled as cars have become more fuel efficient.
Paul Lewis |
Vice President, Policy and Finance
U.S. News and World Report
August 16, 2017 | OP-ED
A Better Ride to School
Robert Puentes |
President and CEO
When America's public and private schools open again in a couple of weeks, nearly 56 million children will be headed back to the classrooms. And while much attention is given to what happens while students are at school, most probably don't think much about how they get there.
USA Today
August 14, 2017 | Expert Analysis
Can Tesla's Elon Musk revolutionize tunneling?
If it were anyone else, the notion of digging hundreds of miles of tunnels to create a new subterranean transportation network under congested cities would seem like pure science fiction.
Robert Puentes |
President and CEO
The Verge
July 19, 2017 | Expert Analysis
Congress is about to hand over the keys to the big self-driving car companies — and that’s a problem
It was an unusual sight: Democrats and Republicans gently ribbing each other, giggling, and vowing to work closely together on legislation that is said to be vital to the health and safety of Americans. Of all the things that could bring both parties together in this era of rank partisanship, who would have thought it would be self-driving cars?
Greg Rogers |
Policy Analyst & Assistant Editor of Eno Transportation Weekly (ETW)
WIRED
July 19, 2017 | Expert Analysis
Congress Finally Gets Serious About Regulating Self-Driving Cars
Seven years after Google started developing robocars, 14 months after a Florida man died in a Tesla Model S that was driving itself, and almost a year after self-driving Ubers started picking up passengers in Pennsylvania, Congress might actually start regulating autonomous vehicles.
Greg Rogers |
Policy Analyst & Assistant Editor of Eno Transportation Weekly (ETW)
The Verge
July 11, 2017 | Expert Analysis
Exclusive: Inside Airbus' Modular Plane Concept
Commercial flying is, for most people, a mediocre experience at best. Unless you shell out for an upgraded seat, you’re generally stuck with little leg room, tepid meals, and nowhere to go for hours or more — all for an average airfare of $350 in the US. Add in recent events, involving overbooking, passenger apparel choices, and dead pets, and the airlines aren’t exactly winning the hearts of customers right now.
Rui Neiva |
Policy Analyst
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