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Louisville Metro KY - Potential EV Charging Stations

Metadata Updated: April 13, 2023

In Fall 2017, we used crowdsourcing to identify locations in Louisville with the highest demand for EV chargers. Over 200 respondents helped us identify dozens of locations around the city where there is a demand for better EV charging infrastructure. Their responses will help determine where to prioritize the construction of new charging stations. While the locations were fairly evenly distributed across the city, some of the most popular potential sites include Oxmoor Center, Metro Hall, GE Plant, Crittenden Drive Post Office, and local parks and high schools all over the city.Interactive VisualAir Pollution Control DistrictThe Air Pollution Control District protects air quality in Louisville Metro to ensure healthy air for breathing, economic security, and prosperity for our citizens and future generations.The APCD implements the Federal Clean Air Act in Louisville and works in partnership with the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Kentucky Division for Air Quality, and the Indiana Department of Environmental Management. Furthermore, the APCD has worked to make Louisville's air cleaner for more than half a century. The APCD is part of Louisville Forward.

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Metadata Created Date April 13, 2023
Metadata Updated Date April 13, 2023

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Harvested from Louisville Open Data

Additional Metadata

Resource Type Dataset
Metadata Created Date April 13, 2023
Metadata Updated Date April 13, 2023
Publisher Louisville/Jefferson County Information Consortium
Maintainer
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Data First Published 2022-05-23T07:12:12.000Z
Data Last Modified 2022-07-25T14:51:09.000Z
Category geospatial
Public Access Level public
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Harvest Source Title Louisville Open Data
Homepage URL https://louisville-metro-opendata-lojic.hub.arcgis.com/documents/LOJIC::louisville-metro-ky-potential-ev-charging-stations
License https://louisville-metro-opendata-lojic.hub.arcgis.com/pages/terms-of-use-and-license
Metadata Type geospatial
Platform ArcGIS Hub
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Summary In Fall 2017, Louisville Metro used crowdsourcing to identify locations in Louisville with the highest demand for EV chargers. Over 200 respondents helped identify dozens of locations around the city where there is a demand for better EV charging infrastructure. Their responses will help determine where to prioritize the construction of new charging stations both internally and with partners.

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