A proposal is under discussions with San Francisco municipal vehicles to become electrified by December 2020. The electrical sedans for city workers will come with a costly amount of between $31 and $95 million for zero-emission cars. The proposal introduced by Supervisor Katy Tang, San Francisco Board of Supervisors to save our local environment for local families and children. The finance legislative committee have to review therein budget along with Board of Supervisors for consideration. The 70 municipal departments have 5,876 vehicles owned and/or leased by the City of San Francisco, and only has 123 charging stations within The City jurisdiction. The effort for zero emissions by the year 2020 may have some challenges with timing because of logistical issues.
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