The electric vehicle transition has officially reached a milestone of more than 1 million on U.S. roads — and projections are that the second million EVs will be joining them very soon, in just a few years. Is your city prepared?
We typically talk about the value of EVs in terms of their reduced emissions, an important benefit in combatting climate change. But they can also be a key contributor to the stability of your power grid. Read on to find out how.
Electric vehicles are generally considered a good fit for smart cities, even though their adoption rate hasn't been as high as anticipated. This section highlights significant trends in the EV market to help inform urban mobility planning.
If you want more people to use transit, the key is to make it more convenient. Making it convenient to pay for the ride should be an area of focus, especially in areas where commuters may have to use different forms of transit to get to their destination.