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“Dangerous by Design” – American roads are designed to be deadly – The top 4 dangerous intersections in Montana are on Reserve Street in Missoula

“Dangerous by Design,” a recent report by the advocacy group Smart Growth America, lays major blame on the way those roads are designed.

San Francisco Launches Adaptive Cycling Program

The program offers a variety of adaptive bikes at no charge to people with disabilities.

Tomorrow’s Trains (and cars) Will Suck Carbon Out of the Sky

A new startup wants to turn the world’s railways into a network of mobile machines that eat up greenhouse gases.

What can San Francisco (or your community) learn from other world-class cities? Residents share ideas from global travel

We’re the same overly deliberative, bureaucratic, cautious, argumentative, plodding city as always.

Rental scooters causing problems in Bozeman

“What started out to be a very good community partnership and a way of transportation has ended up being a disaster for public safety in Bozeman and Gallatin County,” said Schliem.

Chevrolet to offer kit to convert gasoline classic cars into EVs

General Motors will soon offer an electric crate-motor package to allow people to replace gasoline-powered engines with fully electric propulsion systems in classic cars.

Return to Sender: Postal Service Backtracks on Gas-Powered Truck Purchase

According to a posting on the USPS website quietly uploaded today, the agency will raise the target percentage of new electric vehicles in the fleet from just 10 percent to 50 percent. And instead of rush purchasing 165,000 new “Next Generation Delivery Vehicles” — 90 percent of them gas-powered — the Postal Service will reduce its order to 50,000.

Montana Clean Energy Fair – 8/13 – Butte

The Montana Clean Energy Fair is a family friendly fun and educational event showcasing renewable energy and what it can do for you. Fair attractions include renewable energy workshops presented by renewable energy experts, renewable energy exhibits, an electric car show, and kid’s activities including solar car construction and race!

This small city ditched its buses. Its public Uber-like service has been a big hit

Some cities and towns around the U.S. have begun to embrace the model, including the small city of Wilson, North Carolina, population 49,000. The town, about 55 miles east of Raleigh, took the dramatic step of replacing its bus system with on demand minivans about two years ago, and says it’s been a game changer for residents.

On-demand shuttles are replacing buses in some areas

For small towns and hard-to-reach areas, on-demand microtransit could offer an effective alternative to fixed-route buses.