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Further With Ford 2016- Disrupt Yourself

September 16th, 2016 | by Susanna Schick

We're honored to have been invited to cover this event again, as it's delightful to peek behind the curtain, and be treated to such a lavish trip. The most exciting news from Ford is that they're taking IDEO's advice to prototype early and often. They're launching a variety of projects (not vehicles) all aimed at making it easier for people to get from point A to B, regardless of who owns the vehicle, or even what type of vehicle it is


Zero Celebrates Ten Years As Leading Electric Moto Manufacturer

September 15th, 2016 | by Susanna Schick

On national drive electric day, September 10th, Zero motorcycles celebrated their 10th anniversary. We've been covering their progress since the beginning. In fact, my first article for gas2 was a review of the 2009 Zero S. They've certainly come a long way since I first reviewed one here, and I was very excited to celebrate with them.


Policies To Drive EV Sales Growth

September 25th, 2015 | by Zachary Shahan

Originally published on EV Obsession. In this final presentation from the Electrifying Transportation panel I moderated at the Renewable Cities [&hellip


EV Transportation & Technology Summit — See You There?

September 7th, 2015 | by Zachary Shahan

As I announced last month, I'll be presenting at an upcoming electric vehicle conference in Florida toward the end of October. More details regarding the "EV Transportation and Technology Summit" are now out, and I think everyone here will agree that it looks really interesting


Los Angeles Mayor Gets Serious About Public Transit

April 29th, 2015 | by Susanna Schick

Last week, Move LA invited Mayor Eric Garcetti and many other esteemed guests to discuss the potential for Measure R2, the next step in funding (fixing) Los Angeles’ transportation woes. Measure R is a half percent sales tax approved in 2008, slated to bring in as much as $40 billion over 30 years. Since 2008, it has helped rapidly increase LA’s metro system



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