Efficient Transportation

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
  1. Electric & Hybrid Vehicles
  2. Bicycles
  3. Yolobus

Plug-in electric and hybrid-electric vehicles run completely or partially on battery power. Electric vehicles (EVs) have lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions than gasoline and diesel vehicles and have the potential for zero GHG emissions if charged with electricity generated by a renewable energy source. EVs also offer lower charging/fuel costs (electricity vs. gasoline or diesel) and maintenance costs.

EV Charging Stations

The City of Woodland has installed three dual EV charging stations and one single EV charging station in three public parking lots in Downtown Woodland at and near City Hall and the Woodland Public Library. View the Woodland Conservation Efforts Map for the locations of the EV charging stations. The City plans to continue to install EV charging stations in public parking lots to promote and encourage the use of electric vehicles.

Hybrid Vehicles

Hybrid vehicles combine an internal combustion engine with a battery and electric motor to offer an improved fuel economy (miles per gallon) and lower GHG emissions compared to gasoline and diesel vehicles. Learn more about hybrid vehicles at California’s Drive Clean website.