The state might be three decades late in meeting its 2030 climate goals and more than 100 years late in hitting 2050 targets.
One analysis predicts consumers would lose $460 billion between 2021 and 2026, primarily due to reversals in net fuel economy.
With rates roughly equal to rideshare services like Lyft and Uber, BlueLA appears unlikely to make a significant dent in Angelenos’ travel habits anytime soon.
Perhaps no year in living memory presented greater challenges and opportunities to the press than 2017, and Capital & Main was no exception.
Activists have sent a loud and clear message to the California Public Utilities Commission: L.A. and the state should make electric transportation in the city and at the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports a priority.