For better or worse, transportation network companies (TNCs) like Uber and Lyft have transformed how people get around in urban areas in the U.S. The worse portion comes mostly from Uber's near-constant controversy and the way TNCs have decimated the livelihood of taxi and limo drivers — and even driven some to suicide. The better part is they give people a better and cheaper option than taxis. Now there's evidence that TNCs are putting a dent in drunk driving, thanks to people using Uber
Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk promised a cheering crowd on Thursday that his controversial dream of burrowing a high-speed network of "personalized mass transit" tunnels under Los Angeles could be achieved without disturbance or noise at the surface.
We're only the fifth most-congested country overall.
No word where or how long the tunnel is.
Elon Musk says he's having "promising conversations" with LA Mayor Eric Garcetti about using The Boring Company's underground tunnel technology.
It's a "different roadmap" from Uber or Lyft.
This is the stuff of nightmares for motorcyclists.
10 people injured, one of them critically.
It's for trucks, police cruisers, and more.
PSA takes a stake in car-sharing service TravelCar, which will debut US operations out of Los Angeles and San Francisco airports in April.
Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, and Portland mayors collaborated on a request for information to automakers that make electric vehicles.
100 electric vehicles will come to the Los Angeles neighborhoods that need them the most.
Don't engage in road rage.
The complex is a playground for all things Porsche.
The LAPD is looking for a quicker electric car with more range. The Model S definitely fits the bill.
In California, car buyers do seem to like the Ford Fusion Hybrid and Eneri Plug-in Hybrid.