The city is among the first to install inductive charging stations to power an electric bus fleet.
“When you have limited space, who should that be for? We want to prioritize people over cars,” an Oslo official said.
A coalition of Northeastern states is looking to craft a regional cap-and-trade system for cars.
A four-month pilot in the city’s West Side is testing whether scooter-sharing could help reduce emissions.
“It’s as pivotal a moment as when we went from horses to cars,” says first-term state Sen. Mallory McMorrow.