At “The Future of…” presidential speaker series on Tuesday, Lyft chief technology officer and Northeastern graduate Chris Lambert discussed how autonomous vehicles are the future of transportation—and what that means for Lyft, for people, and for cities in America.
The global e-commerce giant released a video this week detailing its plan to use drones to deliver packages in 30 minutes or less. Here, engineering professor Vincent Harris explains why this revolution won’t be landing in front of your house any time soon.
President Joseph E. Aoun was joined by federal officials and state and city leaders on Friday afternoon at the Ruggles MBTA station to celebrate a newly announced TIGER grant for infrastructure improvements that will bring more jobs and vitality to the Roxbury community.
Professor Tim Cresswell has received a $1 million grant to build upon his work in mobility theory by examining urban transportation infrastructures and trends in 14 countries. The goal is to understand how current and emerging ideas influence a larger global discussion around mobility in areas such as policy, health, security, sustainability, and social justice.
A new temporary light installation designed by School of Architecture faculty is part of a state transportation project to transform a forgotten piece of land under I-93 into a multi-modal link between two Boston communities.
Stephanie Pollack, associate director of Northeastern’s Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy, on Monday outlined a new framework for building a more equitable and sustainable transportation system in Greater Boston.
Civil engineering students created an innovative solution for limiting the neighborhood’s traffic problems and pedestrian congestion.