Updated February 7 at 12:26am
Transportation
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Utilidata Inc. has joined the U.S. Department of Energy’s EV Everywhere Workplace Charging Challenge. more
Careful readers of business news have learned this week that automakers have been cheating on emissions tests for as long as there have been emissions tests. more
Bell Helicopter is reviving its vision of finding a civilian market for an aircraft that takes off like a helicopter and cruises like a plane. more
A majority of U.S. states have begun a joint investigation of Volkswagen AG in the widening fallout from the company’s admission that 11 million of its diesel vehicles use software to cheat emissions tests. more
Textron Inc.’s Cessna probably will introduce its largest-ever business jet next week to meet customers’ demand for roomier, more-comfortable cabins and longer range, according to analysts and industry consultants. more
The U.S. House passed a three-month highway funding bill as members prepare to leave for an August recess without considering a long-term proposal by the Senate. more
Beverly Scott, who left as head of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority in April following massive failures of the region’s largest mass transit system, has been nominated by President Barack Obama to be a member of the National Transportation Safety Board. more
It’s a scenario out of a Stephen King novel: A driver cruising along a busy highway suddenly finds his car taken over by an outside force. more
(updated 2:48 p.m.) Rob Levine & Associates, a personal injury law firm, is offering free car rides in Providence and Newport as part of a marketing effort. more
On Monday, I discussed why Tesla’s latest announcement was big. The electric carmaker said it planned a more
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