Opinion: Electric Vehicles Are Only Part of the Climate Solution
Building a future where travel is sustainable and earth-friendly means that people must reevaluate their use of personal vehicles, even if it’s only for a small portion of their journey.
Manhattan Elected Officials Urge Congestion Pricing Discount For Electric Cars
Some elected officials in Manhattan are asking for a break on the full congestion pricing toll for electric vehicles, but advocates aren't so sure. "We need to, in this case, encourage people to be taking mass transit and using alternative means of transportation."
Charging Ahead? The City Needs Plugs for E-Bikes, Not Cars, Advocates and Pols Say
Council Member Gale Brewer (D-Upper West Side) set the tone by declaring that very few people in her tony district call her office to demand more charging stations for cars.
Report Provides More Reasons to Rein in Supersized SUVs (As If You Needed More)
"This is a nationwide crisis, but the federal government refuses to take the necessary regulatory steps to limit vehicle size and weight," Transportation Alternatives says in a new report.
Is It Time for America to Break Up With the Private Car? An Interview with Lime’s Wayne Ting
Between 42,000 crash deaths a year and rising tailpipe emissions that are swiftly killing the planet, America's long love affair with the privately-owned car hasn't exactly been a healthy relationship. Now, one micromobility company is sending a message to riders that it's time to break up — even if their cities aren't perfectly ridable yet.