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Jens Schott

@jensschott

Law, photography, cities, and things in between. #YoungChinaWatchers @gettyimages contributor. IG https://t.co/E4w7V85ZZ6.

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New study of Ireland finds that EV subsidies are regressive.

Another reason to question why the Senate's new climate bill offers $7,500 off an $80,000 electric SUV or truck -- but nothing towards an e-bike/e-cargo bike that many more people might afford.

doi.org/10.1016/j.ener…

New study of Ireland finds that EV subsidies are regressive. Another reason to question why the Senate's new climate bill offers $7,500 off an $80,000 electric SUV or truck -- but nothing towards an e-bike/e-cargo bike that many more people might afford. doi.org/10.1016/j.ener…
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Evan Derby(@derby_evan) 's Twitter Profile Photo

gas price discourse reveals how thoroughly our transportation paradigm erases non-drivers. we promote gas policy to help poor americans, but the poorest americans do not drive; they are forced to rely on crumbling transit systems, dangerous bike lanes, & non existent sidewalks.

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Jens Schott(@jensschott) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Sigh—but really, go read. And to think of all that opportunity to bundle these stadiums with public transit improvements

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Jens Schott(@jensschott) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Just shameful. Indeed it should be in controversial to push for triple long fines, suspending licenses for repeat offenders, and geofencing speed limits

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Transportation Alternatives(@TransAlt) 's Twitter Profile Photo

More NYC households own a bike than a car, yet bike lanes make up less than 1% of our street space.

Millions rely on bus service, yet we dedicate less than 1% of our streets to buses.

96% of New Yorkers walk to and from transit, yet sidewalks make up just 22.7% of our streets.

More NYC households own a bike than a car, yet bike lanes make up less than 1% of our street space. Millions rely on bus service, yet we dedicate less than 1% of our streets to buses. 96% of New Yorkers walk to and from transit, yet sidewalks make up just 22.7% of our streets.
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Erik Bottcher(@ebottcher) 's Twitter Profile Photo

The map details plans for expansion that the New York Subway had in 1920. Everything in red was planned to be built in the next twenty-five years (by 1945)! The advent of the automobile brought it to a halt. It makes my heart hurt!

The map details plans for expansion that the New York Subway had in 1920. Everything in red was planned to be built in the next twenty-five years (by 1945)! The advent of the automobile brought it to a halt. It makes my heart hurt!
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