In this episode of Ride News Now with Alison Haislip, what is a smart bridge, a global auto supplier is moving on from gas-powered cars, and school buses are getting smarter in the Big Apple.
- First up is news from the world of civil engineering. The Mackinac Bridge in Michigan is being fitted with all sorts of sensors so those who maintain it will have a better picture of its integrity.
- Next, Continental will no longer invest in parts related to internal combustion engines. The timeframe for the move is still up in the air, but it’s a major statement from a massive parts supplier.
- Finally, school buses in New York City need help. Thousands of parents have been complaining, so the city has turned to a ride-hailing company for help.