MnDOT seeks public opinion on electric vehicles

The Minnesota Department of Transportation is inviting the public to attend one or more virtual public engagement sessions between May 17 and May 26 to gather feedback on Minnesota’s electric vehicle strategic plan.

There will be general sessions and sessions that delve into specific topics, a press release said. All sessions will examine the risks, challenges and opportunities for electric vehicles to create a more equitable transportation system in the region. Anyone can attend any of these sessions to provide feedback. The MnDOT particularly solicits contributions from members of black, indigenous, colored and low-income communities.

Much has changed in the electric vehicle landscape over the past two years, with more automakers committing to phase out gasoline vehicles in the future, bringing electric vehicles to market and a new administration. federal government with major targets for electric vehicles, the press release said. The MnDOT is seeking feedback on Minnesota’s electric vehicle strategic plan that will allow the state to succeed as the electric vehicle landscape continues to evolve, while striving to meet the goals of the State in terms of climate and public health.

The following general sessions examine all strategies in general, which are designed with an equity-focused approach:

The following sessions will dive deeper into specific categories:

  • 10 am-11:30am May 25, electric vehicle charging,

  • From 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on May 26, passenger cars and electric trucks.

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