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    Brett Brownell shares news of a new book by Boston Globe technology writer Hiawatha Bray called You Are Here: From the Compass to GPS, the History and Future of How We Find Ourselves.

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    Tue, 04/15/2014

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    The good news: Due to environmental regulations, vehicles are more fuel efficient, helping to attain one of Gov.

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    Sat, 01/24/2015

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    The workout-tracking app Strava released findings from 136 billion data points, "to create a snapshot of [cycling] activity in 12 major cities around the world," according to an article by Agnes Mazur.

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    Thu, 10/08/2015



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    At long last, the Los Angeles area will have bikeshare.

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    Thu, 11/12/2015

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    Some hard facts, usually overlooked: "Dead electronics make up the world's fastest growing source of waste. The U.S. produces more e-waste than any country in the world. Electronics contain toxic materials like lead and mercury, which can harm the environment and people.

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    Mon, 05/09/2016

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    Bike advocates rely on the Census Bureau's American Community Survey to measure demographics and trends in urban cycling.

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    Mon, 06/06/2016



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    Privacy concerns were so important to the legislators writing the bill in 2013 to authorize the nation's first 'road usage charge' (also commonly referred to as a vehicle miles traveled or

    Publication Date: 
    Thu, 08/18/2016


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    Brett Brownell shares news of a new book by Boston Globe technology writer Hiawatha Bray called You Are Here: From the Compass to GPS, the History and Future of How We Find Ourselves.

    Publication Date: 
    Tue, 04/15/2014

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    The good news: Due to environmental regulations, vehicles are more fuel efficient, helping to attain one of Gov.

    Publication Date: 
    Sat, 01/24/2015

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    The workout-tracking app Strava released findings from 136 billion data points, "to create a snapshot of [cycling] activity in 12 major cities around the world," according to an article by Agnes Mazur.

    Publication Date: 
    Thu, 10/08/2015

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    At long last, the Los Angeles area will have bikeshare.

    Publication Date: 
    Thu, 11/12/2015

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    Some hard facts, usually overlooked: "Dead electronics make up the world's fastest growing source of waste. The U.S. produces more e-waste than any country in the world. Electronics contain toxic materials like lead and mercury, which can harm the environment and people.

    Publication Date: 
    Mon, 05/09/2016

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    Bike advocates rely on the Census Bureau's American Community Survey to measure demographics and trends in urban cycling.

    Publication Date: 
    Mon, 06/06/2016

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    Privacy concerns were so important to the legislators writing the bill in 2013 to authorize the nation's first 'road usage charge' (also commonly referred to as a vehicle miles traveled or

    Publication Date: 
    Thu, 08/18/2016



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    "Several issues emerged from the broadly positive results, including privacy concerns stemming from the program’s use of GPS, the challenge of collecting revenue from out-of-state motorists traveling through Colorado and the appearance of punishing drivers of electric or fuel-sipping vehicl

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    Tue, 12/12/2017

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    "Britain’s first national pay-per-mile road charging system is being considered by the government, The Times has learnt," reports Graeme Paton, transport correspondent, on Dec. 23.

    Publication Date: 
    Sat, 12/23/2017


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