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West Coast embraces electric big trucks, leading by example

West Coast embraces electric big trucks, leading by example

Titan Freight Systems is making a significant shift to electric trucks on the West Coast, showcasing both environmental and economic benefits.

Peter Fairley reports for The Tyee.

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Drivers strike over plan to remove aging Philippine jeepneys

Philippine transport groups launched a nationwide strike Monday to protest a government program drivers fear would phase out traditional jeepneys, which have become a cultural icon , and other aging public transport vehicles.

Cities really can be both denser and greener
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Cities really can be both denser and greener

A classic urban trade-off might not be our destiny. That’s great news for the climate.
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Oslo, Norway, will debut world's first zero-emissions public transit system in 2023

Travelers to Oslo, Norway can expect to move around fossil fuel-free by next year, when the city plans to unveil the world’s first fully electric public transit system.

Jarrett Walker: When buses go free, public transit service can suffer
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Jarrett Walker: When buses go free, public transit service can suffer

The efforts to eliminate fares for buses but not rail transit in Boston and Washington, DC, should raise questions about who those two modes are for, and what they mean.
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Six ways one of the coldest cities on the planet needs to adapt to climate change

As Winnipeggers head to the polls, here are some key things the next mayor needs to be talking about when it comes to the climate crisis, from transit to trees.

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Hassles of cross-border trains hamper EU’s green ambitions

One man is on a mission to find and suggest fixes for all of the flaws making international rail travel in Europe surprisingly hard. Getting more people on trains is key to meeting E.U. climate goals.
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