Zero Emission 2028 Roadmap 2.0 – Setting Targets and Actions:  

The Roadmap 2.0 is the product of an unprecedented regional cross-sector collaboration, the Transportation Electrification Partnership, that set a clear pathway for actions and outcomes critical to achieve an additional 25% reduction in GHG emissions and air pollution in the LA Metro area by 2028, going beyond existing commitments.

LACI’s Transportation Electrification Partnership developed both the 1.0 and 2.0 versions of the Roadmap through a series of stakeholder meetings, workshops and interviews to assess the technology, policy, infrastructure, financing, and behavioral gaps and opportunities for people movement, goods movement and the energy-transportation nexus. The Transportation Electrification Partnership Leadership Group and Advisory Group partners have made ambitious commitments to transportation electrification for Greater Los Angeles that are aligned with long-term local plans (e.g., the City of Los Angeles’s Green New Deal: Sustainable City pLAn and OurCounty: The Los Angeles Countywide Sustainability Plan) and state climate change and air quality goals, along with the Paris Climate Agreement.

To get complete background on the targets and actions, you can read the complete text of the Roadmap 2028 2.0 here.

The Transportation Electrification Partnership:

LACI’s Transportation Electrification Partnership (TEP) is an unprecedented regional public-private collaboration to accelerate deep reductions in climate and air pollution by the time 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 following conversations between several individuals who now comprise some of the Leadership Group members. The Leadership Group is the governing body of the Partnership with the top principals representing each organization, and includes the 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.

TEP partners include:

  • Leadership Group:
    • LACI, California Air Resources Board, County of Los Angeles, Los Angeles Department of Water & Power, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Office of Sustainability, LA Metro, Southern California Edison. CEC Commissioner Patty Monahan is an informal advisor to the Leadership Group.
  • Advisory Group Founding Partners:
    • Audi of America, BMW Group, PCS Energy, Shell Recharge Solutions
  • Advisory Group Associate Partners:
    • BYD Motors, Normal Now sponsored by Electrify America, Uber, Waymo
  • Advisory Group Supporting Partners:
    • Arrival, bp pulse fleets, Burbank Water & Power, Clean Power Alliance, Culver City, East Bay Community Energy, Glendale Water & Power, Highland Electric Fleets, Inglewood, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, National Electrical Contractors Association, Metrolink, Pasadena Water & Power and Santa Monica.

For more information on the Partnership, please visit this page.