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Atlanta BeltLine transforms racial and economic rifts

Atlanta BeltLine transforms racial and economic rifts

| April 24, 2015

Could transforming miles of abandoned railroad tracks tear down some of the racial and economic boundaries in Atlanta? That’s the hope, reports the National Journal. The Atlanta BeltLine is the city’s “most comprehensive transportation and economic development effort ever” and one of the largest projects of its kind in the U.S. It will provide 33 miles […]

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Electric vehicle charging stations: Too little, too late?

Electric vehicle charging stations: Too little, too late?

| October 28, 2013

Early next year, those who live and work near New York City’s Washington Square Park can expect to see workers installing electric vehicle (EV) charging stations in the area. The stations won’t be as large and imposing as those of the past, though. In fact, they’re designed to blend with the urban environment: NY-based HEVO […]

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