Kickoff event for EV carshare service at Carrot Way set for May 30

May 20, 2024 | BLOG

A new electric vehicle carshare service is now located at Avalon Housing’s Carrot Way community in Ann Arbor. The service is operated by Mobility Development, and is available to residents of Avalon’s apartments and the general public.

Avalon and partners in the project are hosting a kickoff event to showcase the carshare system and the EV charging stations at the Avalon locations.

What: Demonstrations of the new EV carshare system, test drives, remarks from project leaders, and refreshments
When: Thursday, May 30, 2-4 p.m.
Where: Carrot Way Apartments, 31 Carrot Way, Ann Arbor
Who: Avalon residents and staff, community members, and local leaders are invited
Speakers: Aaron Cooper, Executive Director of Avalon Housing; and Richard Kosmacher, Senior Program Director, Midwest, Mobility Development

We hope you can join us!

Avalon Housing is organizing this event with partners including Michigan Clean Cities Coalition, Elevate Energy, Forth Mobility as the national project manager, and Mobility Development as the national carshare operating entity.

About Michigan Clean Cities Coalition: Since 1997, Michigan Clean Cities has been supporting fleet and fueling station operators as well as the general public in cutting pollution, cost, and increasing the variety of clean transportation options. Michigan Clean Cities is affiliated with and staffed by NextEnergy, a nonprofit accelerating smarter, cleaner, more accessible solutions for communities and cities. MICC is a U.S. Department of Energy designated Clean Cities coalition bringing the power and knowledge of the U.S. national laboratory network to clean transportation projects.

About Elevate: Elevate is a nonprofit organization working to ensure everyone has access to clean and affordable heat, power, and water in their homes and communities.

About Forth Mobility: Forth’s mission is to electrify transportation by bringing people together to create solutions that reduce pollution and barriers to access. Forth envisions a world where clean and equitable transportation systems move everyone and everything. Forth aims to work in partnership to build lasting program and policy models that significantly expand equitable access to electric transportation in the U.S. and beyond.

About Mobility Development: Mobility Development supports the launch and growth of community-controlled mobility programs. MD’s work is centered on the development, deployment, and operation of electric carshare, bikeshare, and volunteer transportation networks across the U.S.

error: Content is protected !!