Thousands of Chargers for Heavy E-Cars Are Coming to a Sidewalk Near YouBy Christine Berthet | | No Comments
Electric car owners suffer from “range anxiety.” But no one considering what the rest of us are suffering from: “Car anxiety.”
EVs Are a Once-in-a-Century Chance to Fix NYC Car CultureBy Christine Berthet | | No Comments
Electrifying cars is the right thing to do, but excessive number of cars, oversized vehicles, and use of the curb for private auto storage remain crucial deficiencies of the city government’s automotive infrastructure in New York.
OPINION: Do Not Put EV Charging Stations on Public PropertyBy Christine Berthet | | No Comments
In converting to electric, the city must not repeat the mistakes of the past by making it easier to drive a car, even if it is an electric one.
Safe Streets And Equity — We Fail the Most VulnerableBy Christine Berthet | | No Comments
Despite Mayor de Blasio’s Vision Zero program, injuries from traffic crashes in 2018 and 2019 were 1 percent higher than in 2016 and 2017. But in communities of color, the number of crash-caused injuries are soaring by double digit percentages.