Business, Technology, Equipment, Safety, Autonomous, TCA

Self-Driving Shuttle Bus Test to Begin This Year in Columbus, Ohio

Self-driving shuttle buses will be hauling riders around downtown Columbus later this year, a significant move as the city begins initiatives aimed at making it a “smart city” for transportation.

Mark Williams | The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch
July 3, 2018
Government, Technology, Logistics, TCA

‘Smart City’ Columbus Cites Technology, Collaboration as Keys to Future

Few things annoy futurist David Staley as much as when he is in his car stopped at a traffic light and no one is moving.

Mark Williams | The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch
June 18, 2018
Government, Safety

Hearing-Impaired Can Obtain Ohio Commercial Driver License

The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles, Office of Criminal Justice Services and Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities have joined to develop procedures that allow the deaf and hearing impaired to qualify for a waiver that allows them to train and test for a commercial driver license.

Mark Williams | The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch
July 7, 2016

UPS to Expand Columbus Facility With $176.5 Million Upgrade

UPS Inc., the world's biggest package-delivery company, plans to spend $176.5 million to overhaul its Columbus package and sorting operations to keep up with growing demand being spurred by e-commerce.

Mark Williams | The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch
May 24, 2016