- Higher bus service is an often-overlooked local weather change resolution. (Yale Climate Connections)
- Uber’s push to go emissions-free by 2040 would require a complete new, extra environment friendly electrical grid to succeed. (Quartz)
- Site visitors stops in Minneapolis are down 80 % since George Floyd’s demise by the hands of a police officer, however the division remains to be pulling over a disproportionate variety of Black drivers. (Bloomberg)
- A Georgia sheriff’s deputy beat and choked a Black passenger who was using in a Lyft that the deputy pulled over for a damaged taillight. The deputy has been fired. (ABC News)
- Philadelphia Magazine reimagines the Metropolis of Brotherly Love as an urbanist’s paradise, with vehicles banned from the middle of city, a practice on lethal Roosevelt Boulevard, sunken expressways, and cheaper and extra frequent transit.
- Within the wake of ridership plummeting in the course of the pandemic, Jacksonville is pivoting from fixed-route bus service to on-demand shuttles, whereas Miami is providing ride-hailing vouchers. (South Florida Reporter)
- 5 staff had been injured when an Atlanta parking deck collapsed for the second time. (11 Alive)
- With Baltimore transit as soon as once more on the chopping block, the Sun revisits how drivers killed off the streetcar system within the Sixties.
- Washington, D.C.’s streetcar and circulator will return to regular service on Sunday. (DCist)
- Portland’s new electrical bike-share bikes have arrived, and BikePortland provides them two thumbs up.
- Uber is again in courtroom this week attempting to maintain London from revoking its license. (Business Insider)
- Tokyo is making inventive use of the area beneath its elevated railways. (City Lab)
- The British metropolis of Leeds is providing residents free e-bikes for 2 weeks in an effort to get them out of their vehicles. (CNBC)