City CarShare appears poised to provide San Francisco motorists with a fleet of electronic vehicles.
Last October, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, the Bay Area’s lead transportation agency, allocated $1.7 million to San Francisco to help develop an electronic vehicle network, replete with vehicles, charging stations and supportive infrastructure.
The San Francisco County Transportation Authority, a local planning body, is recommending funneling that grant funding to City CarShare, a nonprofit organization, to lead the project.
On Tuesday, the authority’s Finance Committee will vote on the proposed recommendation. If approved, it will go for final authorization before the full board Feb. 15.