The City of Oakland Zero Emission Vehicle Action Plan will provide a roadmap for transitioning to a zero emission transportation system. Governor Gavin Newsom declared that all new passenger cars and trucks sold in California must be zero-emission by 2035. The Plan will help to achieve that goal, and builds on existing goals and objectives outlined in California’s 2016 ZEV Action Plan, the Bay Area’s 2013 PEV Readiness Plan.
The plan will include strategies to increase access to zero emission vehicles (ZEV), electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE), and hydrogen fueling stations for all Oakland residents and visitors.
The Plan will include chapters focusing on different aspects of the transportation system:
- Existing conditions (Click here for maps and more info)
- Charging in multi-unit buildings
- Curbside charging
- Economic development and the jobs pipeline
- Medium and heavy duty fleets
- Electric bikes and scooters
Public input will be provided through:
- An interactive website and social media campaign,
- Interactive community workshops,
- Attendance and presentations at existing events in underserved neighborhoods and job fairs,
- Stakeholder advisory committees,
- A statistically valid survey, and
- Partnerships with community based organizations