New NASA research could make sonic booms more tolerable, and make hour-long cross-country flights a reality.
With fuel costs rising because of unrest in the Middle East, some travel watchers say a dip in airline ticket prices is unlikely to come soon.
Limousine operators clearly are not getting their money's worth out of the state fees they pay every year to the regulating agency.
NYTLC officers are suspected of profiling minorities after drivers are falsely accused of running non-licensed for-hire vehicles.
The 16-passenger limo is decked out with lighted disco floors and ceiling, tinted windows, and full bar with wrap-around seating.
For both Android and iOS, the new app allows drivers to carefully plan when and how they charge their vehicles.
The automaker wants to push new software to the Model S fleet to help the car learn drivers’ habits and adjust to them.
Regulators look at party bus firms after the operator who ran a bus from which a prom girl fell out had hired an illegal sub-carrier, says the CPUC.
Weekly TNC Round-Up: The drama escalates as TNCs, legal ground transportation companies, and regulatory agencies collide.
Association members visit legislators on Capitol Hill to discuss key issues and industry concerns.
The move could lead to the state shutting down the operations at UberX, Lyft, Sidecar, Summon and Wingz.
Downey's Leon Party Bus was slapped with a cease-and-desist letter in August 2012 for operating without a licensed, but apparently remained open.
A united front in Europe highlights the challenges for Uber’s expansion after a funding round that values the company at $17 billion.
The marketing campaign will host architectural trips in Chicago next month, and then in New York, Dallas, Miami and Los Angeles.
A black man dropping off his white wife in a black Town Car was falsely accused of being an illegal cab driver. Now the couple is suing the NYTLC.
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