Alan Ohnsman

Forbes senior editor covering the intersection of transportation and technology

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Reporter for Bloomberg Businessweek in Los Angeles

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The $1.2 trillion infrastructure package President Biden signed on Monday allocates more than $7 billion to build a network of electric vehicle charging stations across the country.

Whether more EVs will be on the road thanks to infrastructure bill, why some ‘Full Self-Driving’ Teslas failed

The $1.2 trillion infrastructure package President Biden signed on Monday allocates more than $7 billion to build a network of electric vehicle charging stations across the country.

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President Biden unveiled his $2 trillion infrastructure plan on Wednesday in Pittsburgh, which Congress would have to approve.

Federal rebates for electric cars, upgraded railways: How Biden’s infrastructure plan could benefit California

President Biden unveiled his $2 trillion infrastructure plan on Wednesday in Pittsburgh, which Congress would have to approve.

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Smoothing the way for more electric cars, but bumpier roads in LA...

Smooth Electric Technology, Bumpy LA Roads

Smoothing the way for more electric cars, but bumpier roads in LA...

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