How To Build a Car That Kills People: Cybertruck Edition
The Cybertruck represents a lot of what's wrong with the U.S. transportation system — even as it purports to address those problems.
New York’s Green Rideshare Rule is Bad Transportation AND Climate Policy
Mayor Adams has made a bad decision to waive the de Blasio-era cap on the number of ride-hail vehicles allowed in New York City, so long as the extra cars are electric.
Colorado’s Vehicle Weight Fee Could Tame Megacar Crisis — And Protect Vulnerable Road Users
The proposal could also dodge many of the political pitfalls that too often kill similar ideas.
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.
What’s Missing From America’s EV Charging Strategy
Hint: not all electric vehicles weigh thousands of pounds.
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.