Regarding “Curbside charging sites” (Letters, July 7): The writer contends that if the state wants to encourage electric car ownership, there should be E-car only parking spots, one per city block. This brought to mind the fact that the people who want no cars in San Francisco have fought to reduce the number of, or eliminate, any parking spaces available in newly built apartment buildings.
That leaves someone with an electric car nowhere to plug in at night. How far will the city go to support electric cars? Perhaps each new apartment building should have one or two parking spaces only available for e-cars.
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