126.96.36.199 New Multifamily Dwellings
Note: Construction documents are intended to demonstrate the project's capability and capacity for facilitating future EV charging. There is no requirement for EV spaces to be constructed or available until EV chargers are installed for use.
- The EV space shall be located adjacent to an accessible parking space meeting the requirements of the CaliforniaLos Angeles Building Code, Chapter 11A, to allow use of the EV charger from the accessible parking space.
- The EV space shall be located on an accessible route to the building, as defined in the CaliforniaLos Angeles Building Code, Chapter 2, to the building.
- The minimum length of each EV space shall be 18 feet (5486 mm).
- The minimum width of each EV space shall be 9 feet (2743 mm).
- For buildings with 17 or more dwelling units, one in every 25 EV spaces, but not less than one, shall also have a n 8-foot (2438 mm) wide minimumminimum 8 foot (2438 mm) wide aisle. A 5-foot (1524 mm) wide minimum aisle shall be permitted provided the minimum width of the EV space is 12 feet (3658 mm).
- Surface slope for thisthe EV space and the aisle shall not exceed 1 unit vertical in 48 units horizontal (2.083 percent slope) in any direction.
The service panel or subpanel circuit directory shall identify the overcurrent protective device space(s) reserved for future EV charging purposes as "EV CAPABLE" in accordance with the California Electrical Code
- The California Department of Transportation adopts and publishes the "California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (California MUTCD)" to provide uniform standards and specifications for all official traffic control devices in California. Zero Emission Vehicle Signs and Pavement Markings can be found in the New Policies & Directives Number 13-01. Website: http://www.dot.ca.gov/trafficops/policy/13-01.pdf
- See Vehicle Code Section 22511 for EV charging space signage in off-street parking facilities and for use of EV charging spaces.
- The Governor's Office of Planning and Research (OPR) published a "Zero-Emission Vehicle Community Readiness Guidebook" which provides helpful information for local governments, residents and businesses. Website: http://opr.ca.gov/docs/ZEV_Guidebook.pdf.