The Senate is indeed acting as an anchor, just as it was designed. It is holding us back from the changes we desperately need.
The bipartisan infrastructure bill has a provision that mandates the unproven technology be incorporated into all passenger vehicles within the decade.
A thorny ethical issue divides electric vehicle owners: is it ever OK to unplug another car to plug in your own?
Climate change has a way of making three buses running in the LA suburbs feel like the most important thing in the world.
Among other things, the trucks couldn't even run on their own battery power for basic product demonstrations and had to be plugged into a wall.
These legendary war implements were not much bigger than the vehicles millions of Americans now drive every day.
The only thing the future LaGuardia AirTrain will accomplish is reminding us why our transportation infrastructure rarely gets better.
The move could double the number of fast chargers available to all EV users, something that would otherwise take years to accomplish.
Outside the northeast, Amtrak uses privately-owned freight tracks, and getting stuck behind freight trains is the biggest cause of delays.
Unlike all those other electric cars?
Meanwhile, freight trains continue to derail across the country.