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Emma is adding a service that didn't exist before. Previously, you had to walk from your car to the shuttle that will take you to the terminals. Now, Emma will take you from your car to the shuttle pick-up zone, where a person in said shuttle will drive you to the terminals.


Shuttle Bus Crashes Near Denver's Airport; 9 Injured

U.S. News

Police spokesman Sonny Jackson tells The Denver Post that Monday afternoon's crash involved a bus owned by The Parking Spot, an airport parking service. He did not release the conditions of the victims, saying investigators are still interviewing witnesses and trying to figure out what happened.


You won't see Olli on highways, but in the future, he may shuttle you around airports, college campuses and theme parks

Los Angeles Times

Olli debuted this June and was born out of the 2015 Urban Mobility Challenge in Berlin. Contest winner and designer Edgar Sarmiento developed the concept for Olli, which can travel on pre-determined or on-demand routes based on rider needs. The vehicle can only reach speeds of 25 mph and cannot travel on highways, but is designed to fill transit gaps in communities including shuttling travelers at airports, giving students a lift at college campuses and dropping off theme park attendees at attractions, said Amy Rushia, senior director of marketing at Local Motors. Local Motors recently sold some Olli units in Copenhagen and plans to announce its U.S. debut in next few months. Today, Olli is parked at the Auto Show technology pavilion entrance, but on Wednesday it will shuttle Local Motors CEO Jay Rogers to his keynote address.


Man stole airport shuttle, then ran across 405 Freeway to escape, police say

Los Angeles Times

A man who stole an unoccupied Holiday Inn Express van late Tuesday was arrested after crashing into cars in Westchester and briefly halting traffic on the 405 Freeway when he ran across lanes, authorities said.


LAX is removing half the spaces in its cheapest parking lot. No word on when they'll return

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles International Airport is removing about half the parking spaces at the airport's least expensive parking lot, Lot C, because of construction work related to the airport's modernization plan.