An Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) toll on the street in Singapore.
How other cities are making it work.
A congestion charge point sign in London.
How much drivers pay could depend on what technology is used to charge them.
Ubers in New York City.
The TLC Data Hub features data from for-hire vehicles, yellow taxis, green taxis, and other shared rides across the city.
Big brother conceptual art.
A new report reveals that Microsoft contractors listened to private conversations captured by the company's Xbox systems.
Big tech.
The current appetite for regulating the technology sector is a notable departure from past years.
Tech trader
WeWork’s initial public offering shows how power has shifted between investors and entrepreneurs.
Can the app-based for-hire vehicle industry regain its mojo in New York City?
A new op-ed in suggests creating an approvals process for algorithms based on the way the Federal Drug Administration tests new drugs.
New York City's new OMNY system.
The new tap-and-go payment system has already surpassed one million taps.
The tech company hopes the new legislation will lead to the NYC Council reconsidering its stance on home-sharing.