Wired Magazine features article on Inês Azevedo’s research on electric cars and infrastucture funding

“AMERICA NEEDS BILLIONS to fix its crumbling, crappy roads. But no one’s got that kind of money and the Highway Trust Fund – Uncle Sam’s primary means for paying for road construction and repairs – teeters on insolvency. That’s because it’s funded largely by a federal fuel tax that’s been parked at 18.3 cents per gallon since 1993, even as cars use less gas than ever.” Read more at wired.com.