IT’S HERE! The SBCCOG has just released its Neighborhood Electric Vehicles (NEV) Demonstration Project report that answers the questions, “Will South Bay residents drive NEVs extensively?”, “Does the usage have the potential to produce significant environmental and economic benefits?”, and “Is there a feasible market segment for NEVs?” The report answers these questions with evidence that was gathered through actual South Bay residents experience using slow speed, neighborhood electric vehicles. Find out if this mode of travel satisfies short trips. In addition, findings will inform the discussion about whether or not there is a viable automotive market segment for slow speed, short range vehicles. PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR THE FINAL REPORT.
The PowerPoint presentations made by Dr. Miyasato of AQMD and Wally Siembab of the SBCCOG are posted below.
The three videos from Mr. Siembab’s presentation can be found by clikcing on these links:
Driver Created Footage in Redondo Beach