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INRIX: congestion costs each American 97 hours, $1,348 a year

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Wichita, Kan., had the lowest cost of congestion among the US cities studied at $304 per driver. Boston drivers lost up to $2,291 per year due to congestion, followed by Washington D.C. 2,161), Seattle ($1,932), Chicago ($1,920) and New York City ($1,859).

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INRIX analysis identifies top 10 US cities for highly autonomous vehicles; prioritizing corridors for deployment

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The deployment of highly autonomous vehicles (HAVs) is expected to deliver substantial benefits: reduced traffic congestion, decreased emissions, lower-cost of mobility and safer travel. It is crucial for public officials to proactively plan for autonomous vehicles using a data-driven approach aimed at tackling specific urban area needs.

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National Drive Electric Week 2023 Recap: Let’s Give Them Something To Talk About

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Of course, that kind of electr ic enthusiasm is palpable at every NDEW event and, clicking on any NDEW news story, practically jumps off the screen, whether reporters come calling from Boca Ratan, Wichita, Pittsburgh, Niagara Falls or Santa Monica. ” In the limelight: E.

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ARPA-E awards $35M to 16 REFUEL projects for energy-dense carbon-neutral liquid fuels; leveraging ammonia

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If successful, the MSRI team will greatly reduce the cost of solid oxide fuel cells while providing a high-efficiency, long-life power generating option with a reduced carbon footprint. Wichita State University. The team also seeks to develop a manufacturing process for the cell. Molecule Works, Inc.

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