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Thursday’s Headlines Are Still RecoveringBy Blake Aued |
Suggestions abound for boosting ridership on transit systems that have been struggling since the beginning of the pandemic.
‘Low No’ is a Blow to the Electric Bus Transition, Advocates SayBy John Besche |
A federal grant program aimed at speeding America’s transition to zero-emissions transit is being undermined by a requirement that one-quarter of the spending be allocated to low-polluting vehicles — leading to shortages in grants to agencies seeking to bolster their no-pollution fleet.
The 15 Best Arguments for Bike Boosters: Part ThreeBy Kiran Herbert and Martina Haggerty |
People for Bikes recently developed a a 15-point fact sheet to help counteract misconceptions that often arise when advocating for change, as well as to promote strategies we know work. Here's the third installment.
Wednesday’s Headlines Brace for ImpactBy Blake Aued |
Neither automakers nor the Biden administration seems to care how many people will be killed by increasingly heavy electric vehicles.
Mothers of Children Killed by Traffic Violence Are On Hunger Strike in NYBy Julianne Cuba |
Two mothers whose children were killed by reckless drivers have begun a hunger strike that they'll continue until Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie (D-Bronx) brings to the floor a long-stalled bill that would allow New York City to set its own speed limits.
Tuesday’s Headlines Go Biking With BlumenauerBy Blake Aued |
An interview with Congress' most prominent cyclist. Plus, why urban freeways continue to be such a vexing issue.