Orlandoans travel an average of 34 miles per person per day, and more than 89 percent of these miles are from single-occupancy vehicle travel. Freight also represents a significant source of transportation-related emissions. Orlando’s goals focus on both a modality shift from personal vehicles to active modes and public transit, as well as emissions reductions across the larger transportation system. In Orlando, city leaders recognize that the future is electric, and they want to be prepared for the inevitable transition as well as empower it – expanding access to EVSE is foundational to this vision.
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