Self-driving shuttles from North Carolina A&T State University have begun making short trips from campus to downtown Greensboro.
In a work session last week, Greensboro City Council reviewed a $1.7 million proposal to slow traffic and reduce accidents.
A public meeting is scheduled for Thursday to hear input on a list of Greensboro transportation projects.
North Carolina's automobile insurance rates will grow on average by 4.5% annually both later this year and next as part of a settlement reached between insurance companies and state regulators.
The city of Greensboro's free, downtown Hopper trolleys are now in service.
A statewide anti-drunk driving campaign will continue through this weekend.
Greensboro could see changes to its downtown parking in the coming year as city officials respond to new needs.
The North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles is offering more services online and expanding hours in some locations to shorten wait times.