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October 13, 2020

Outdated parking policies failing Hawaii communities

A single renter in urban Honolulu could be paying as much as 37% of rent on parking, according to a recent report that sheds light on the often hidden costs of developing, operating, and maintaining common types of parking facilities in Hawaii. Honolulu is beginning to resist the tyranny of outdated parking policies that hinder progress on housing affordability, impede our ability to meet climate and environmental goals, and limit access to upward mobility for the next generation.

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October 13, 2020

National Drive Electric Week drives EV education

National Drive Electric Week wrapped up last week, with events across the United States held virtually, many for the first time ever, to adapt to COVID-19 safety and health requirements. Locally, Drive Electric Hawaii hosted several virtual events celebrating and bringing awareness to the importance of EV adoption, and local TV program HI Now promoted the benefits of driving electric.

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