At 600 kW, these electric bus charging stations are six times better than Tesla's 100-kW Superchargers.
Olli is a self-driving all-electric shuttle bus coming to a city near you. Local Motors' Olli made it’s debut in National Harbor, Maryland on June 16, 2016.
A school bus driver in Washington is out of a job after she refused to allow students to roll down the windows on a sweltering hot school bus last month.
The bus line – Loopr calls it the Green Line – runs around the city hitting up dispensaries, breweries, clubs, and sports bars in a cloud of smoke.
As BYD expands its manufacturing capacity, it wants to show us why its EVs are so great.
A Los Angeles couple is alive today thanks to the bravery and quick action of some Good Samaritans and the Los Angeles Police Department.
Officials with the Valley Transportation Authority have released video footage of a collision between one of its buses and a self-driving car operated by Google. The crash is the first in which the company's autonomous technology is at least partially at fault.
A school bus was just a few feet away from being hit by a train as it sat on the tracks earlier this month in Harris County, Texas.
In the UK, the government works to make private-car driving costs fall while bus and train fares go up.
Kindle-like technology will be used to tell bus riders when their London bus will arrive.
French company NAVYA will begin using two fully autonomous ARMA buses on a public bus route in Sion, Switzerland next Spring.
Brighsun demonstrates an electric bus capable of traveling 1000 kilometers (621 miles) as it seeks funds from Victoria government to put some folks back to work.
A bus driver in China is being hailed as a hero this week after he saved a distraught woman from jumping off of the Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge.
The Toyota Mobility Foundation expands to Da Nang, Vietnam with shuttle bus and park-and-ride services. It's the second project, after the first in Bangkok.
NHTSA is publishing its final mandate to add electronic stability control to semi trucks and large buses. The rule takes effect for big rigs in two years. Depending on size, buses get three or four years to comply.