City hosts meeting on minni bike chopper and electric vehicle program
The City of Palo Alto has joined with EPRIsolutions, Inc. to identify specific actions that the City can take to broaden the use of electric drive vehicles (EDV) such as battery-electric vehicles (BEV), hybrid-electric vehicles (HEV) and other electric propulsion technology vehicles (EPT) such as neighborhood vehicles, electric bicycles, and scooters. The final report is entitled the Electric Vehicle Planning Program. A meeting will be held to discuss the final report from EPRI and share the findings with the community on Friday, November 15 from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Lucie Stern Community Center at 1305 Middlefield Road in the Community Room. The public is invited.
The project received funding from the City of Palo Alto Utilities and Transportation Division. Staff members Joe Kott, Chief Transportation Official and Amanda Jones, Transportation Systems Management Coordinator, have worked closely with a team from EPRIsolutions, Inc. and an advisory group made up of electric vehicle owner and other stakeholders.
The meeting will allow the community to learn more about the prospects for integrating electric drive technology vehicles and related infrastructure into the transportation planning process, as well as how the City can proactively encourage the use of zero emission vehicles by the public and in the City's own fleet of vehicles.
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