To meet state and regional climate goals we need to act boldly to transition the transportation system to a zero-emission future.
Numerous automakers have committed to going all-electric or phasing out their gasoline-only vehicles over the next decade. Nearly all automakers have committed to significantly increasing the number of zero-emission vehicle models they manufacture. And Washington recently joined the ranks of states that have adopted California’s Clean Car rules, which will bring more EV models to our showrooms. As more types of electric vehicles become available and are sold, they’ll need a place to recharge – at home, at work, or in publicly accessible spaces.
To support agencies and organizations around the region seeking to advance and accelerate this electrified transition, the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency and the Puget Sound Regional Council, with early input and support from the City of Seattle and City of Tacoma, launched the Puget Sound Regional Electric Vehicle (REV) Collaborative in 2019.
The REV Collaborative Clearinghouse on this website is designed to be the go-to online resource on transportation electrification for the region’s planners and policymakers. Its purpose is to assist jurisdictions in planning for a zero-emission transportation future by providing resources like example policies and programs that plan for and support zero-emission vehicles, information on funding opportunities, best practices, model code language, and more.
REV Collaborative webinars and workshops are held throughout the year. Information on past and upcoming events will be also be shared on this website.