Electric Vehicles


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  • How Cities Are Adopting EVs to Urban Infrastructure

    How Cities Are Adopting EVs to Urban Infrastructure

    Adoption forecasts for EVs increase just about every year, and the shift is overall good news for the environment. However, it does create a new problem for city planners, who now have to find a way to rapidly upgrade EV infrastructure

  • New California Program Supports Clean Mobility Projects

    The $17 million program focuses on the needs of smaller groups and communities to provide clean mobility solutions that include car- bike- or scooter-sharing projects and subsidies for transit or car-hailing companies.

  • DOT Completes Review of Draft EA for DC-Baltimore Loop Project

    The Boring Company's website for the project indicates the two tunnels would be constructed at least 30 feet below ground and the project initially would be a high-speed underground public transportation system in which passengers are transported in autonomous electric vehicles traveling at up to 150 miles per hour.

  • NYC Mayor Cutting City's Vehicle Fleet

    The city will eliminate least 1,000 vehicles from its fleet by June 2021 and will reduce the number of take-home vehicles by at least 500 vehicles, curtail the reliance on SUVs in the city fleet, and promote increased vehicle efficiency by using advanced data collection.

  • Sacramento's Electric Car Share Program Expanded to All Residents

    "Gig is thrilled to bring the largest all-electric car sharing service in the United States to Sacramento, a city that's becoming recognized as a worldwide leader in zero-emission energy," said Jason Haight, president of GIG Car Share.

  • IKEA Norfolk Store to Feature Large Solar Array

    The new store will feature a 180,000-square-foot solar array and three EV charging stations.