Biden’s Electric Vehicle Charging Initiative is Simply Not Going to Solve Our Car or Climate ProblemBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
The Biden administration wants to erect a multi-billion dollar network of charging hubs for electric vehicles, but advocates warn the country can’t drive its way out of the climate crisis, whether cars run on fossil fuels or electricity.
D.C. SUV Owners Will Finally Pay Much More to Drive Such BehemothsBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
The era of big government vehicle is over.
Vision Zero Cities: Why Words Matter to Crash VictimsBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
Cars kill — but the language used in ads and newspapers always hurts. That's why message is so crucial in the war on cars.
Not So FAST: Senate Transport Bill Causes Pileup for White House Climate GoalsBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
A Senate proposal to shovel hundreds of billions of dollars into new freeways will wipe out the Biden administration’s goal of halving carbon emissions by 2030.
U.S. DOT Must Do Better for Peds, Cyclists, Taxpayers: ReportBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
The U.S. Department of Transportation has not set goals or tracked the performance of 90 traffic safety activities making it difficult to improve them or determining whether they work at all, a congressional watchdog found.
Nominee Buttigieg Talks of ‘Righting the Wrong’ of Racist FreewaysBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
“It’s disproportionately Black and brown neighborhoods that were divided by highway projects because they didn’t have the political capital to resist,” Buttigieg said on Sunday. "We have a chance to get that right.”
Red States are Why U.S. Will Miss its Climate TargetsBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
Why can't our country solve its emissions problem? Because we are effectively two nations: A blue nation that is committed to climate change, and a Trump nation that is not.
Feds to Cities: Paint the Town Red!By Aaron Short | | No Comments
The Federal Highway Association approved new guidance this week that will dramatically expedite the process for approving the use of red paint to indicate a dedicated bus lane.
A BILL OF GOODS: Why are We Putting Up With Parking-Protected Bike Lanes?By Aaron Short | | No Comments
We called the Danish embassy in Washington, D.C. to get more information on whether Denmark considers parking-protected bike lanes a best practice and the woman who answered the phone laughed at us.
Federal Government Doing Nothing On Driverless CarsBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
Right now, the federal government is sitting on its hands as Big Auto is developing technologies that will affect every single person in this country.
Connecticut’s Transportation Plan Calls for More HighwaysBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
Why is the Nutmeg State governor planning more highways?
Amtrak Edging Towards Profitability Thanks to Northeast Corridor ImprovementsBy Aaron Short | | No Comments
And the railroad company has big plans for 2020: more-focused service across the country.