The 37-member CHARGE coalition called on the Biden administration to electrify public transit and expand EV charging infrastructure with a focus on communities historically underserved by transportation and overburdened by transportation-related pollution. Also Thursday, the 21-group TEEM (Toward Equitable Electric Mobility) initiative, released its review of California clean mobility equity programs with recommendations for improvement. Last week, the coalition said it would develop model policies for equitable EV expansion in Colorado, Illinois, North Carolina and Virginia. (CHARGE: SmartCities Dive, E&E $; TEEM: E&E $)