8 Ways US States and Cities Can Create an EV Charging Network

Electric vehicles (EVs) are on the rise in the United States. The Biden administration aims for 50% of new light-duty vehicle sales to be zero-emission by 2030. Some states have even more ambitious targets, like California, Massachusetts and New York, which plan to reach 100% new … Source: The City Fix RSS Feed Link: 8 Ways US States […]

How Are New Informal Transit Routes Formed?

In 2015, the chairman of a Kampala administrative zone about 10 kilometers (6 miles) from the city’s downtown addressed a hand-written note to the chairman of a minibus taxi association. He humbly requested the group of drivers expand its services … Source: The City Fix RSS Feed Link: How Are New Informal […]

Beyond Highways: Funding Clean Transportation through the US Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

U.S. President Biden has touted the potential climate benefits of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, which makes historic investments in transportation, the country’s largest and fastest-growing source of greenhouse gas emissions. But while the bill’s investments could significantly lower transportation emissions, those reductions are not … Source: The City Fix RSS Feed Link: Beyond Highways: Funding Clean […]