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  • ... information while they are out and about, which makes a mobile application the ideal means to deliver it." Configure ... of options to cut or eliminate petroleum use, and this new app serves as one more tool to make that easier." There isn't an ...
  • ... federal government -- and many states -- promote transportation policies that encourage less use of fossil fuels .These ... Wachs in, The Future of Transportation , Finance: A New Generation of User Fees. Wachs penned that recent, fascinating opinion ...
  • ... drivers locate parking spots? Earlier this month, the New York Times carried this blog post about the topic:TTLA checked in with ... is then given access to the garage "at the touch of a mobile phone button." "Better information is always valuable, but the need ...
  • A new smartphone app allows you to track California's power grid and ... using right this second? With ISO Today, the new mobile app just released by the California Independent System Operator ... 2.2 and up, though the app seems to work just fine on ReWire's creaky old iPhone 3GS.   ...
  • ... is Grid Storage?[scald=36098:kl_image_original_context]Transportation and Renewable EnergyThe move doesn't mean that any car you buy ... night because it's been stored in your car in the meantime.ReWire is dedicated to covering renewable energy in California. Keep in touch ...
  • ... 28 percent of our total energy consumption was spent on transportation . Of that energy, 93 percent came from burning petroleum ... of the energy invested in producing it, and a promising new range of technologies to create ethanol from cellulose may return as much ...
  • ... But the first step is just increasing access to it." A transportation planner for Metro by day (he's currently arranging the ... and community building all points to a dawning of a new river sensibility. Moreau is simply raising the question, "Why not make ...
  • ... the region, it may be useful to define what we mean by " transportation equity." [scald=75136:kl_image_original_context ... disconnected and dystopian L.A. is fading away. With a new vigor, social justice organizers, policy advocates, government agencies, ... live adjacent to freight facilities. The good news is that innovative environmental-labor coalitions are working to lessen ...
  • The city's transportation planners have a daunting goal and they want your help . ... the city's daily movement is by automobile, and that solo drivers make about 66 percent of those trips. Numbers and their crunching ... the gym? Comparing Los Angeles with the usual suspects ( New York, Chicago, and San Francisco) emphasizes our low public transit use - ...
  • ... from nearby dog parks to police stations , thanks to a new mobile app released by the city. ...

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