California Advanced Transportation News, January Roundup

30 January 2015
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Local companies and State of California funding news top this roundup of California’s advanced transportation news for late January. If your organization has advanced transportation news or events it would like to share, please send them to the Advanced Transportation Center editor.

AeroVironment’s new TurboDock modular commercial charging station

California Approves $12 Million for Alt-Fuel Projects

California offers grants to build a center for alternative fuels

ELEKTROBIT, NVIDIA JOIN THE CONNECTED CAR EXPO ADVISORY BOARD

Connected Car Expo panel, 2014

photo courtesy of Connected Car Expo (2014)

Third Annual Event Nov. 17, 2015, in Conjunction with LA Auto Show

Custom Zero Motorcycle Concept Goes From Sketch To Road

Another Kinkisharyo light rail vehicle begins testing on the Green Line

Luskin Center Receives California Energy Commission Grants for Clean Transportation and Energy Planning

NRG eVgo charging network experiencing rapid growth, has big expansion plans

Little-known agency keeps commuter rail network on track

Bosch Opens eBike Headquarters In Irvine, California

Effectiveness of state’s ‘parking cash-out’ program is unclear

City of Mountain View deploys shuttle buses with Motiv electric powertrains

California Commute: Cheap gas may not lead to drop in transit ridership, experts say

Gogoro: Take a ‘Roman Holiday’ on an Environmentally Friendly Electric Smartscooter

Ford Opens New R&D Facility In Silicon Valley

Watch How Metro Will Build Subway Stations Under Wilshire

GREEN21: Greening for the 21st Century, Senator Carol Liu, District 25 Report on Sustainability, Green Economy

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