Small towns face unique transportation challenges and often don’t have access to the same transit options as urban areas. Listen to the newest On the Go podcast episode to hear how the community in Bastrop, Texas, is expanding mobility options by using low-speed electric shuttles to provide on-demand transit service. These shuttles help people without a personal vehicle to get to work, medical appointments, the grocery store, or anywhere else they need to go. Want to learn more about how infrastructure gaps in rural areas are being addressed?
Read more about the project in Bastrop and other initiatives in small towns. Also check out this article featuring a partnership between the National Park Service, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and Clean Cities coalitions to install electric vehicle chargers on public land, such as national parks.