Public charging stations are most heavily concentrated in the city’s more affluent neighborhoods, while many communities on the South and West side have none.
After decades of economic decline, the former planned company town of Pullman is pivoting from heavy industry to green development.
Historically significant — and inefficient — buildings require extra care to preserve design while saving energy.
The expansion aims to make cycling more accessible in a traditionally underserved and disinvested neighborhood.
A new paper presents several proposals to improve the chances that Black, Latinx and other higher-risk communities see the benefits of electric vehicles.