This event will highlight progress and findings from a Department of Energy (DOE) funded project, led by the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator in partnership with SCAG’s Clean Cities Coalition. This pilot study evaluates curb management in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Santa Monica, California and Los Angeles, California. The project is sponsored by the DOE’s Vehicle Technology Office and aims to test strategies that will bolster electric vehicle adoption for last mile delivery, reducing air pollution in disadvantaged communities and environmental justice areas, and increasing productivity at the curb. The pilot also serves as a cleantech demonstration opportunity for automated curb management solutions utilizing Automated License Plate Recognition technology. Attendees will have the opportunity to:
- Learn more about the DOE VTO Project, LACI’s program and its community pilots
- Learn about and gain early access to curb management tools and policy guidance
- Connect with other cities working to accelerate EV adoption, improve curb management and increase energy efficiency in last mile delivery
Date/Time: Thursday, August 10, 10 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
For more info about SCAG’s role on this project, contact Ryan Laws at firstname.lastname@example.org.