SMART research finds US road congestion increased by almost 1 percent while the duration of congestion rose by 4.5 percent.
Leveraging research done on campus, student-run MIT Driverless partners with industry collaborators to develop and test autonomous technologies in real-world racing scenarios.
Proposed design could reduce nitrogen oxide emissions by 95 percent, a new study finds.
When Covid-19 forced Edgerton Center student teams off campus, the engineers found their problem-solving skills put to the test.
The Clean Air Car Race, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in August, had a lasting impact on the auto industry, government regulations, and the students and faculty who took part.
Topics include Covid-19 and urban mobility, strategies for electric vehicle charging networks, and infrastructure and economics for hydrogen-fueled transportation.
In the Chinese city of Chengdu, one-third of ride-sharing might replace public transit trips.
DriveSeg contains precise, pixel-level representations of many common road objects, but through the lens of a continuous video driving scene.
Study finds simple changes in road resurfacing practices could improve gas mileage for heavy vehicles and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Modeling study shows battery reuse systems could be profitable for both electric vehicle companies and grid-scale solar operations.
Speakers at MIT climate symposium outline the steps needed to achieve global carbon neutrality by midcentury.