Driverless Vehicles

Smart Columbus

An automated shuttle service is about to launch in a Columbus neighborhood. 

Once the backbone of the nation's transportation system, the nation's aging interstate highways are now overused and worn out, according to a new federal report. And failure to invest billions in modernizing the system will likely lead to more potholes, slower traffic jams, and increased costs to drivers and the nation's economy.

Mike Foley

The Central Ohio Transit Authority and the union representing  drivers and mechanics have each ratified a 3-year-contract agreement. 

The Department of Transportation has announced new federal voluntary guidance on the development and use of automated vehicles — with the goal of "removing unnecessary barriers" to innovation.

Ohio Public Radio

Ohio Governor John Kasich talked about teaming up with community colleges to develop workers' high tech skills  as he opened the Midwestern Governors Association workforce summit Wednesday in Columbus.

A union representing Ohio bus drivers is threatening to strike if state lawmakers allow driverless busses onto local streets.

The union representing Central Ohio Transit Authority bus drivers, mechanics and other workers has rejected the agency's three-year contract offer. 

Ohio Public Radio

Ohio Governor John Kasich has signed an executive order allowing smart vehicle testing on public roadways. 

Unionized Central Ohio Transit Authority workers are waging a campaign against driverless buses.