Electric Vehicles (EVs) create less greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution than traditional gasoline-fueled vehicles. EV drivers benefit from better fuel economy and financial incentives, and contribute to cleaner air and better health for the community. The Town recognizes the importance of EV infrastructure along with other healthy & sustainable modes of transportation such as walking, biking, micro-mobility, and public transportation.
The Transportation Division has taken the lead in the planning and build out of publicly accessible charging stations in Town owned parking lots. Using grant funding and Transportation Network Company local funds, the Town has installed and maintained 5 Chargepoint Level 2 Dual Port chargers in 5 public parking lots in Brookline Village, Coolidge Corner, and JFK Crossing.
The Transportation Division is working with our strategic partners, Eversource and Greenspot, to expand the publicly accessible charging stations
Beacon Street DC Fast Charge - Installation of a DC Fast Charger on the Beacon Street eastbound median across from 1351 Beacon Street in Coolidge Corner (Expected Winter 2022/2023)
Fuller Street Lot - Installation of 10 Level 2 Dual Port Chargers in the Fuller Street public parking lot in JFK Crossing (Expected Spring 2023)
Health Department Lot - Installation of 1 Level 2 Dual Port Charger in the Health Department parking lot in Brookline Village that will be available to the public during non-work hours (Expected Spring 2023)
Kent/Webster Place Lot - Installation of 10 Level 2 Dual Port Chargers in the Kent/Webster Place public parking lot in Brookline Village (Expected Spring 2023)
Webster Street DC Fast Charge - Installation of 2 DC Fast Chargers in the Webster Street public parking lot in Coolidge Corner (Expected Spring 2023)
Driscoll School - Installation of 1 Level 2 Dual Port Charger in the Driscoll School parking lot in Washington Square that will be available to the public during non-school hours (Expected Fall 2023)