An environmental group is asking state leaders to change how they set annual fees for hybrid and electric vehicle drivers.
A coalition of environmental groups and the state’s largest cities say all of the money should go toward electrification.
A fresh round of funding for the state’s electric vehicle rebate program won’t be enough to reach emission goals.
The new pricing structure increases charges for downtown trips and lowers rates for shared rides elsewhere in the city.
The state will replace 9,600 roadside lights with LEDs, reducing energy use and saving an expected $4.6 million by 2036.