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GOAL 3:

DALLAS’ COMMUNITIES HAVE ACCESS TO SUSTAINABLE, AFFORDABLE, TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS

Targets

INSTALL 1,500 EV CHARGING OUTLETS TO SUPPORT 39,000 VEHICLES THROUGHOUT THE CITY BY 2030.

 

ALL NEW TRANSIT BUSES AND LIGHT DUTY VEHICLES PURCHASED BY THE CITY, DALLAS SCHOOLS, AND DART AFTER 2030 TO BE FULLY ELECTRIFIED, AND THEN FULL FLEET TRANSITION BY 2040.

 

SINGLE OCCUPANT VEHICLE TRAVEL MODE SHIFT FROM 88% TO 79% BY  2030 AND 88% TO 62% BY 2050.

 Q3 Progress

Reported June 2022

The transportation sector forms the single largest contribution of GHG emissions in Dallas (34%), of which 98 percent is attributed to on-road transportation. The majority (78%) of Dallas residents drive to work alone, while another 23.2% carpool, telework (4.8%), and use transit (3.8%), and other modes of transportation. In FY 21-22, 13 actions from this sector, with 27 milestones, will be initiated. Implementation of these milestones will involve collaboration between the following City departments:

  • Department of Transportation

  • Housing & Neighborhood Revitalization

  • Department of Convention and Event Services

  • Planning & Urban Design

  • Environmental Quality & Sustainability

  • Dallas Water Utilities

  • Equipment and Fleet Management

 

Note: Actions marked as ongoing span multiple fiscal years, meaning efforts will be carried out continuously and therefore will not be marked complete until the end of this fiscal year.


Year Two Work Plan

COMPLETE: 4 Milestones

 

T1: Work with City of Dallas, DISD, and DART to transition the bus and light duty fleet to 100% electric by 2040

  • Continue to support EFM’s fleet electrification study

  • Conduct fleet electrification feasibility study with NREL

T7: Secure resources to implement the existing bicycle network masterplan

  • Include considerations for additional micro-mobility technologies (i.e. scooters) in addition to cycling in the Bike Plan update

T19: Encourage businesses, commercial entities, and institutions to electrify fleet, including, but not limited to local and regional delivery trucks and other heavier vehicles

  • Share best practices and results of NREL study with the community via NCTCOG