An electric vehicle ride-sharing program in rural California is is bringing free green transportation to elderly and low-income residents. Its proponents call it “mobility
justice” in action. “Like affordable housing, mobility and transportation are a basic human right,” Ethan Elkind, director of the climate program for the Center
for Law, Energy & the Environment at University of California Berkeley law school, tells The New York Times. "Under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the federal government is providing
$700 million in grants to local governments to set up charging infrastructure in underserved areas."
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