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An Origin Story, Smart Headlights, and Other Car News

The future comes in fits and starts, and we buckled up and went through a few this week. Cruise, General Motors’ self-driving unit, hosted...

New Safety Gizmos Are Making Car Insurance More Expensive

American car insurance rates are going up up up. In the last decade, they climbed 29.6 percent to an average of $1,548 in 2019...

Making Public Transit Fairer to Women Demands Way More Data

Transit agencies may feel uneasy about sharing such information. Indeed, media coverage has focused on the inequalities brought to light in LA’s report, rather...

If Navigation Apps Don’t Alleviate Congestion—Could City-Wide Traffic Software Help?

Photo: iStock Gridlock congestion is aggravating to everyone, even canines. Advertisement Editor’s Picks How Self-Driving Cars Might Transform City Parking Predicting Demand for Taxis During Unusual Scenarios Colorado...