Self-driving vehicles could make traffic worse

Study with Boston and World Economic Forum analyzed commuter preferences By Matt Hamblen Autonomous vehicles (AVs) are being tested in many U.S. cities and have generated excitement from vehicle makers and even city mayors interested in confronting future traffic congestion. However, AVs are not a panacea for traffic woes, according to a new study by […]


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San Fran mayor pushes other cities for fiber broadband

By Matt Hamblen Five companies recently filed preliminary proposals to build and operate a massive $1.9 billion public-private fiber to the premises broadband network in San Francisco, Mayor Mark Farrell told attendees at a technology conference on Wednesday. Farrell called the five responses to the city’s Request for Qualifications (RFQ) encouraging. The city didn’t release […]

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