The Transportation Electrification Partnership (TEP) is an unprecedented multi-year public-private partnership of more than 30 members committed to accelerating transportation electrification and zero emissions goods movement throughout the Los Angeles region in advance of the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games of the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games by pursuing bold targets, pilots, initiatives, and policies that are equity-driven, create quality jobs, and grow the economy.
The Partnership was established by LACI in May 2018 with a principle goal of reducing GHGs and air pollution by an additional 25 percent beyond existing commitments set for 2028. To achieve this goal, the partnership has identified a clear pathway of concrete targets:
• 30 percent of all the light-duty passenger vehicles on the road across the County to be EVs (and 80 percent of all cars sold);
• 20 percent of trips by public or active transit, moving people out of single occupancy vehicles;
• 60 percent of medium-duty & 40 percent of heavy-duty short-haul and drayage trucks to be zero emissions
The Leadership Group is the governing body of the Partnership and includes key entities needed to accelerate zero emissions mobility and goods movement by the time of the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games in the Greater Los Angeles region.
The Leadership Group is complemented by a growing and influential Advisory Group, comprised of representatives key to achieving the Partnership goal and targets, including: leading automakers, industry organizations, public sector agencies, startup companies and labor organizations.
Advisory Group Founding Partners
Advisory Group Associate Partners
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