Smart Columbus

Smart Columbus

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has ordered an autonomous shuttle company to stop carrying passengers in 16 cities after a mysterious braking problem last week in Columbus that caused minor injuries to a passenger. 

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Smart Columbus has halted a test of self-driving shuttles in Linden as official investigate why one unexpectedly stopped Thursday, causing a woman to fall from her seat. 

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

Columbus City Council last night approved a five dollar increase in vehicle registration fees.

Columbus based American Electric Power says it plans to invest nearly 10 million dollars to help build electric vehicle charging stations. 

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Columbus Mayor Andy Ginther last night unveiled plans for more affordable housing and improved internet access during his State of the City speech  at East High School.

Smart Columbus has released the first in a series of concept documents for a pilot project funded by a portion of the 40 million dollar U.S. Department of Transportation grant the city won two years ago.

The City of Columbus has opened a facility to in part show off  technological innovations in transportation.

Smart Columbus is offering taxi cab companies 30 thousand dollars in rebates to add electric vehicles to their fleets.

Columbus has unveiled the first version of its pioneering transportation operating system. 

Ohio's Congressional delegation has sent a letter to online retailer Amazon pitching Columbus as the location for a second headquarters.  

Wednesday’s Columbus Metropolitan Club forum offered a glimpse at how the central Ohio economy may fare in 2018.

The Smart Columbus initiative on Wednesday announced an incentive for developers and property owners to install electric vehicle charging stations.

Columbus residents will have a chance to test-drive electric cars without cost or obligation in October.

Columbus Mayor Andy Ginther says the city now has more than 367 million dollars in matching funds from public and private partnerships for its Smart Columbus initiative.