Make way for food and family gatherings, because Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Even with the holidays coming around, it is still important to be conscious of the environment, especially the atmosphere. Spending the weekend with family and shopping for groceries or gifts means that a lot of time will be spent on the road. The more emissions are released into the atmosphere, the greater our air quality is reduced. Here are some ways to have a more air-conscious Thank
NCTCOG is seeking public input at 6:00 pm on Monday, November 11 in Arlington. Staff will present information related to hyperloop technology and air quality initiatives as well as showcase our new Trail of the Month video series. The meeting will be livestreamed, and a video recording will be available for review online at www.nctcog.org/input.
On Saturday, September 21, NCTCOG hosted the annual National Drive Electric Week event, in Irving, TX, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 186 electric vehicles (EVs) showed up to the event, making it yet another record-breaking year. Both EV owners and enthusiasts alike had the opportunity to learn more about EVs and be part of the rEVolution! Oncor Electric coordinated an EV road rally during the event with a cash prize and trophy! For more Drive Electric Week details, visit @nctcogtra
On Saturday, October 5, DFW Clean Cities made their way to Granbury to help Hood County Clean Air Coalition facilitate an electric vehicle (EV) display at Lake Fest. Two plug-in hybrids, the Toyota Prius and the Chrysler Pacifica, were on display for all Lake Fest visitors to get hands on experience with an EV. The Tesla Owners Club of North Texas took to the State Fair of Texas on October 13 to show off their electric vehicles (EVs) and share their EV knowledge with interest