Regional Electric Vehicle Program

The Southern California Association of Governments is leading a collaborative process to prepare Southern California for the anticipated influx of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) in the region, which could be as high as 700,000 by 2022 according to SCAG research. PEVs will reduce air pollution, decrease our dependency on foreign oil and attract green businesses to Southern California. SCAG has included PEV-related actions and strategies in the 2012–2035 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (RTP/SCS) to support and expand this effort.

Below you will find resources to address challenges facing building developers, elected officials, government planners and everyday EV owners.

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A comprehensive plan to develop the infrastructure necessary to support the region's growing numbers of PEVs.
Includes maps, charts, and data at the subregional level, to illustrate factors that influence demand for charging equipment at specific locations.
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This interactive PEV Readiness Atlas provides useful data in a visual context, such as locations of existing charging stations, employers and more.
Review and sign up for events related to SCAG's Regional Electric Vehicle Program