Articles by Dan Albert

Apr 01, 2020

Connected World

It took a pandemic to halt NYC’s unfair crackdown on delivery workers’ e-bikes

The work­ers who rides these for­bid­den e‑bikes are most­ly Chi­nese and Lat­inx, many of them immi­grants, some undoc­u­ment­ed. When offi­cers nab a rid­er, they issue a $500 fine and impound the bike.

Mar 29, 2020

Driverless Car Journal

The First 100 Days

Liv­ing the future in my first robot car.

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Mar 02, 2020

Hogan's Magic Highways

HOT lanes aren’t sexy, but they’re all the rage among highwaymen.

HOT lanes aren’t sexy, but they’re all the rage among highwaymen.

Dec 18, 2019

Teen Drivers Home for the Holidays

They haven’t seen a set of car keys at least since Thanks­giv­ing, maybe not even since Labor Day. To make mat­ters worse, the roads in late Decem­ber, thanks to all of that egg nog, are more dan­ger­ous than aver­age. Yet in the spir­it of the sea­son, we par­ents will turn over the keys to the fam­i­ly car and hope for the best.