Los Angeles: Low-Income Electric Carsharing Pilot
SUMC is partnering with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) and the City of Los Angeles to launch a first-of-its kind carsharing pilot project focused on serving low-income residents in L.A.
The goal of the three-year pilot, which will be funded with $1.6 million in state cap-and-trade revenues, is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by introducing electric carsharing fleets into disadvantaged communities. SUMC worked with the City of Los Angeles to design the carsharing pilot and will serve as the primary subcontractor during the course of the project.
For more information, read SUMC’s news release.