Greening the Garage with Free EV Charging Stations

Cornell campus' Transportation Services offers free electric vehicle charging to Cornell commuters with two new stations in the Hoy Rd garage...

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Via Transportation Announcements, 6/19/2015

Transportation Services is demonstrating its commitment to sustainable commuting by offering free electric vehicle charging and preferential parking for low-emission and alternative fuel vehicles in the Hoy Road parking garage.

The demand for vehicle charging stations on campus has grown with the increasing popularity of hybrid and all-electric vehicles. To meet that demand, two charging stations were added on the first level of the Hoy Road parking garage. The charging spaces are time- and permit-restricted from 7:30 am – 5 pm, Monday through Friday. The permit restriction is lifted after 5 pm and on weekends, but users must comply with the three-hour parking limit at all times.

To promote the use of low-emission and alternative-fuel vehicles, several spaces within the garage are reserved for Low Emission and Alternative Fuel vehicle parking. The spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis for cars that meet the standard set by the Green Building Council. For more information about eligible vehicles, visit www.Greenercars.org.

Other recent upgrades and improvements to the facility include a complete LED bulb re-lamping project, recycling and landfill-waste bins, and public service announcement and enhanced wayfinding signage.

See Also: EV Charging and LEV/Alt Fuel Parking

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