Tag: cars

Infrastructure, Public Works

Senate Considering $10B for Highway Removal

January 11, 2021

Via: NYC Streets Blog

Cities might soon get federal money to tear down inner-city highways that federal dollars built in the first place — and use that money to reinvest in communities of color that those highways destroyed. Shortly before the holiday recess, then-Senate […]


Western governors unveil plans to develop electric vehicle charging corridors

December 21, 2016

Via: AmericanPublicPower

The governors of Colorado, Utah and Nevada on Dec. 19 jointly announced that they will work together over the next year to develop complementary plans for building an electric vehicle charging network across key highway corridors in their states. The […]

Public Transport

Tesla’s Vision for the Future of Autonomous Cars Should Scare Us

October 24, 2016

Via: NYC Streets Blog

What impact will self-driving cars have on cities. The range of potential outcomes is enormous. In the best-case scenario, private car ownership gives way to shared fleets of autonomous cars, freeing up vast amounts of land that used to be devoted to vehicle […]

Public Transport

California DMV Asks Public To Weigh In On Self-Driving Car Rules

October 20, 2016

Via: American Infrastructure

California regulators are asking members of the public what they think about proposed regulations that would – eventually – permit self-driving cars that lack a steering wheel or pedals on public roads. The California Department of Motor Vehicles is hosting […]