Traffic creeps along the eastbound Hollywood Freeway in downtown Los Angeles in this 2014 photo. This stretch of Interstate 5 is one of the most highly trafficked areas in the state, with congestion that contributes mightly to carbon emission rates. An upcoming bill from Assemblyman Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, would force Californians out of their gas guzzlers and into electric vehicles starting in 2040.
Traffic creeps along the eastbound Hollywood Freeway in downtown Los Angeles in this 2014 photo. This stretch of Interstate 5 is one of the most highly trafficked areas in the state, with congestion that contributes mightly to carbon emission rates. An upcoming bill from Assemblyman Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, would force Californians out of their gas guzzlers and into electric vehicles starting in 2040. Damian Dovarganes AP
Traffic creeps along the eastbound Hollywood Freeway in downtown Los Angeles in this 2014 photo. This stretch of Interstate 5 is one of the most highly trafficked areas in the state, with congestion that contributes mightly to carbon emission rates. An upcoming bill from Assemblyman Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, would force Californians out of their gas guzzlers and into electric vehicles starting in 2040. Damian Dovarganes AP