HARRISBURG, VA - With the growing number of electric vehicle charging stations are being developed, companies and public agencies must take into consideration access for persons with disabilities and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). To ensure businesses and public agencies have resources on proper ways to install charging stations with access for all users, including those with disabilities, Clean Fuels Ohio and Virginia Clean Cities have released "EV Charging for Persons with Disabilities."

"EV Charging for Persons with Disabilities" covers accessible parking, access from vehicle to charging equipment, using the EV charging station, returning to recharge the vehicle, accessing the destination, and fast charger considerations.

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The report was prepared by Sustainable Transportation Strategies with financial assistance by Clean Fuels Ohio, through a grant from the Ohio Air Quality Development Authority, and Virginia Clean Cities through the Richmond Electric Vehicle Initiative grant from the U.S. Department of Energy.