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Is Chevy Bolt Turning Point For EV Market?

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General Motors and Chevrolet recently released the first wave of new Chevy Bolt EV’s in the states of California, Oregon, Maryland, Virginia, and Massachusetts. Marketed as a small crossover, the new Chevy Bolt comes equipped with the interior space and footprint of a subcompact vehicle, all of which is valued at the price of $30,000, after […]

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Nissan Offering Bruins $10K Toward LEAF Purchase

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This offer has just been extended! Now through the end of June, Nissan is offering all UCLA staff, faculty, and students a $10,000 incentive to be used toward the purchase of a 2016 or 2017 Nissan LEAF. Those with valid Bruin ID cards who decide to purchase a LEAF—which is an electric vehicle (EV)—will also […]

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Gear to Make Your Electric Vehicle Even More Eco-Friendly

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As a driver of an electric vehicle (EV), you’ve made the crucial leap toward eco-friendly transportation. Not only could you be receiving government subsidies for your environmentally-conscious choice, you’re also emitting less carbon emissions that contribute to pollution and climate change. While you deserve a pat on the back for your eco-friendly choice, you don’t […]

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UCLA Transportation Awarded Energy Champions

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Sunday night’s basketball game against Long Beach State at Pauley Pavilion was dedicated to UCLA Transportation and its efforts in promoting sustainable transportation. Along with a Bruin victory, Energy Upgrade California—a state initiative aimed at saving energy and conserving natural resources—presented Renee Fortier, executive director of UCLA Event & Transportation; Penny Menton, director of communications, […]

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6 Things You Might Not Know About UCLA Transportation

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1. UCLA has continued to grow, but we’ve helped traffic congestion shrink. UCLA’s campus population has grown by over 3,000 people during the last five years. However, through our wide range of programs, we have been able to reduce vehicle trips to campus by 25% in the last decade alone, allowing for a significant decrease of […]

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