The San Joaquin Council of Governments (SJCOG) is gathering input from San Joaquin County residents to map where electric and alternative fuel vehicle infrastructure should be located.
SJCOG staff is using an interactive mapping tool county residents can use to anonymously leave feedback, comments, ideas or suggestions. All comments will remain anonymous, but the results will be made public once the comment period closes.
The information will be used to develop an Alternative Fuels Vision Plan (AFVP) that will inventory countywide infrastructure for charging electric vehicles and fueling stations for vehicles powered by alternative fuels, such as compressed natural, liquified natural, liquified petroleum, and renewable natural gasses, and hydrogen.
The AFVP is intended to meet the needs of county residents as ownership of electric and alternative-fuel vehicles likely grows as the state continues to work to reduce vehicle emissions. The plan will also inventory fueling infrastructure along major freight corridors and other significant roadways in the region to support growing electric and alternative fuel fleets.
Learn more about the AFVP by visiting the AFVP webpage. Click on the map to interact and provide feedback by clicking on icons and dragging them onto the map.