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Helena Regional Airport searches for new restaurant operator

Travelers flying in and out of Helena Regional Airport may have noticed changes in recent months with Smokejumper ending their tenure at the airport. Now, the airport is searching for a new long-term operator for its food and beverage locations inside the airport.

Montana awarded $41M to improve transportation systems

The Biden-Harris Administration has awarded Montana $41 million from the Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) program to put toward four projects that modernize and improve transportation systems’ safety, accessibility, affordability, and sustainability.

Missing From the Climate-Energy Legislation: Bikes! – The e-bike tax credit is only mostly dead as supporters plot next steps

A rebate for e-bike purchases was left out of the big climate deal, but it may yet live on

The Hardest (& Best) Thing About The US Clean Vehicle Tax Credit

No Tax Credit For EVs Using “Critical Minerals” From “Foreign Entities of Concern”

How To Use the Money Available for Safe Streets

Let’s start today by making the most of Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A), a new U.S. Department of Transportation grant program offering $1 billion annually over five years for meaningful, community-led Vision Zero projects that help guarantee safe mobility for all.

Harold’s Club Pigeon-Hole Parking Garage

You’d simply drive-in and a huge forklift-like mechanism would lift your car up two or three stories into a “pigeon hole” for safekeeping until you came back to claim it.

Keep Calm. Carry On. Autonomous Vehicles Are Just the End of Parking.

 As autonomous vehicles continue to appear on roads around the world, planners and engineers must be proactive in devising new and creative uses for soon-to-be-obsolete urban parking.

Imagining A World With Fewer Cars & Trucks (With Video)

Electric cars and trucks are great, but if we think they will save us from the onrushing climate emergency, we are deluding ourselves.

Electric School Buses Win Big In USA

Electric school buses are experiencing rapid growth in the United States, with a nearly 10-fold increase in commitments by school districts and fleet operators in the past year. Thirty-eight states have now committed to procure more than 12,000 electric school buses.

GM & INRIX Safety View Software Available For City Planners

GM says the cloud-based program gives transportation planners crucial insights based on crash, vehicle, vulnerable road user (VRU, or people walking and using micromobility), and US Census data to help them prioritize and assess the impact of road safety initiatives on neighborhoods.