In a filing with utility regulators, the Minneapolis-based utility company unveiled plans to build 730 fast-charging stations across the state in the next few years. The project would cost an estimated $300 million.
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Residents in the Southern California city will get to experience an underground stormwater project in an augmented reality experience designed to give them a better understanding of both the project and area.
An increasing number of Uber and Lyft trips in the United States, Canada and other countries are happening in a zero-emission car, as ride-hailing platforms push for electric vehicle adoption.
The Detroit-based automaker on Thursday announced the 2023 Ford F-150 Lightning Pro Special Service Vehicle, which is a new model of vehicle that will be purpose-built for police department usage.
The Saturday fire came one day after state officials gathered in New Haven to celebrate the success of the Clean Air Act that would restrict diesel vehicles and increase electric cars in the state.
Some 900 subway and rail platforms across the nation remain inaccessible to riders with physical disabilities. Funding provided by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will help to retrofit these old stations.
The purchase of 137 new buses over the next two years will include at least 15 electric models to be used with the agency's proposed Bus Rapid Transit system to improve service between Oakland and Downtown Pittsburgh.
The Hallandale Beach Police Department is adding 13 Tesla Model Y vehicles to its fleet in an effort to bring down emissions and save money on fuel. Twelve of the 13 new electric vehicles will be used by detectives.
Even large car-dependent cities like Houston and Los Angeles are serious about reducing the auto traffic on highways as these cities reimagine transit and other transportation investments.
Scooter-share systems continue to rise in popularity around the U.S. as bike-share systems break ridership records. With options to pick from, cities are navigating new and maturing relationships with operators.
The Michigan-based automaker said it was taking steps to secure more EV batteries to reach its goal of making 600,000 electric vehicles a year by 2023 and more than 6 million a year by the end of 2026.
More than 40 state agencies in Ohio will begin using fleet management technology by Geotab to improve operational efficiencies in areas like fuel consumption, route design, idling and the application of materials like sand and salt.
Transit agencies in California and New York, as well as other areas, are adopting fare payment technologies that allow fare capping, setting a limit on what riders will pay regardless of the trips they make.
The U.S. Postal Service has plans to make at least 40 percent of all of its new delivery vehicles battery electric, including at least 50 percent of the trucks it purchased from Oshkosh Corp.
Some members of the Grand Forks City Council are concerned about the challenges a shared electric scooters system in city limits could bring. Proponents have said scooters would give area students better mobility.
Local governments across the world are beginning to put biomass to work in the form of biochar, which can be used in areas like agriculture and energy production, all while reducing carbon dioxide in the environment.