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How VW’s Diesel Settlement Is Changing Fleets, From Schools to Seaports

November 6, 2020

A scandal led to a $2.9 billion trust fund for states to put cleaner vehicles on their roads. A lot of the money has gone to more diesel vehicles.

NY Times


Robot cars could be cruising city streets within months

November 2, 2020

Fleets of driverless vehicles carrying paying passengers could soon get the green light to operate in California.

E&E News


Study reveals why buyers shun EVs

November 2, 2020

Battery charge time and range anxiety are not what’s deterring the average American from buying a battery electric vehicle.

E&E News


A lens on the changes in electrification and cities

November 2, 2020

Giovanni Circella of the University of California, Davis, says urban areas, today’s test labs for mobility, are seeing changes in the transportation sector.

Automotive News


Latest election stunt proves Uber and Lyft are their own worst political enemies

November 2, 2020

Like so much about politics today, the debate around Uber and Lyft’s Proposition 22 in California has quickly become polarized.

New Europe


The race to zero emissions

November 2, 2020

A new mandate has broad implications for California’s economy

Sacramento Business Journal


Pandemic transportation changes in cities may last

October 7, 2020

As many riders remained nervous about using public and shared transportation because of COVID-19, city planners, transit authorities and mobility industry stakeholders found themselves scrambling to provide affordable and sustainable alternatives that don’t require the use of shared spaces.

Automotive News


The world is getting serious about climate. Is it too late?

October 7, 2020

Climate Week, the annual carbon-cutting confab in New York City, long has been a time for governments and companies to announce their green ambitions.

E&E News


How a gas car ban could fail in Calif.

October 1, 2020

California must prod 10 million people to buy clean cars and install thousands of charging stations within a decade to start phasing out gas-fueled vehicles in 2035, auto experts said.

E&E News


California invests big in hydrogen fueling stations as state moves to ban new gas-powered vehicles by 2035

September 25, 2020

With fewer than 9,000 hydrogen vehicles on the road in California, Ohnsman thinks the state backing more specialized fueling stations will help spur consumer interest in investing in the zero-emissions technology.

KCRW


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