North Carolina has accelerated past the 50,000 mark for electric vehicle registrations, but EV saturation in the Triad continues to lag behind the state as a whole.
People on the go have a new mode of transportation to choose from in the Triad.
North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein is calling on transportation officials to strengthen protections for airline customers.
You’ll likely see more law enforcement officers patrolling the highways in the next few weeks. The statewide “Booze It & Lose It” holiday enforcement effort is underway.
Electric trucks designed by Greensboro-based Volvo Trucks North America may soon be able to travel farther. It’s part of a new partnership to boost the number of public charging stations.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation is reminding drivers that the implementation of REAL ID enforcement begins in less than six months.
North Carolina is investing nearly $7 million in the expansion of electric vehicle charging stations across the state.
Passengers are returning to Piedmont Triad International Airport, but travel is still down compared to pre-pandemic levels.