Mondays 97 – The Electric Chargers Among Us

September 27, 2021

This week on Mondays, we discuss a lot of different topics from HOLC map redlining to electric car chargers. We don’t talk much about the infrastructure bill but I imagine that will be coming soon whether it passes or not!

More notes below the fold…

News

Who increases air quality guidelines – Guardian

40 years of HSR – La Croix Translated

The train the shrunk France – Ars Technica

Berlin buys out apartments – AP News

Redlining didn’t happen how we thought it did – Governing

EV Chargers in Zoning Code – Urban Milwaukee

Do we need 500K chargers? – Motherboard

The economics of gas stations – The Hustle


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