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Central Sierra Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Readiness Plan

The Central Sierra Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Readiness Plan helps accelerate the transition to electric vehicles for the region and plans for the future deployment of charging stations throughout Tuolumne County.

 

The Tuolumne County Transportation Council (TCTC) received a $200,000 Zero Emission Vehicle Readiness (ZEV) Plan Grant from the California Energy Commission (CEC) in 2017.  This ZEV Readiness Plan focuses on a four county inter-regional partnership with Alpine, Amador, and Calaveras’s regional transportation planning agencies (RTPA’s).

Final Central Sierra Zero Emission Vehicle Readiness Plan

Central Sierra Map of Potenital Charging Station Locations

Appendix A – Toolkits

Appendix B - Fleet Report - Alpine County

Appendix B - Fleet Report - Amador County Transit

Appendix B - Fleet Report - City of Angels Camp

Appendix B - Fleet Report - Calaveras Unified School District

Appendix B - Fleet Report - Mark Twain Union Elementary School District

Appendix B - Fleet Report – Tuolumne County Transit

Appendix B - Fleet Report – Tuolumne County

Appendix B - Fleet Report – City of Sonora

Appendix B - Fleet Report - Columbia College

Appendix B - Fleet Report - YARTS

Appendix C – ICE Alternative Guidebook

Appendix D – Utility Coordination Guide

Appendix E – Planning, Permitting, and Install Guidebook

Appendix E - Alpine Streamlined Permitting Guidebook

Appendix E - Amador Streamlined Permitting Guidebook

Appendix E - Calaveras Streamlined Permitting Guidebook

Appendix E – Tuolumne Streamlined Permitting Guidebook

Appendix F - Outreach Plan

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure (EVCI) Informational Flyer

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