In 2013, the Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) secured $1,000,000 to fund the installation of EV charging stations at rail transit stations. Parsons Brinckerhoff presented a study to the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council on November 13, 2013 to help identify transit stations with the highest demand for EV charging based on socioeconomic factors and the travel patterns of public transit passengers.
The following locations are due to have charging stations installed this summer. Milford Mill Metro Station, Lutherville Light Rail Station, North Linthicum Light Rail Station, Cromwell Light Rail Station, West Baltimore MARC Station, Halethorpe MARC Station, Muirkirk MARC Station, Monocacy MARC Station
Many of the locations have broken ground and some, like this one in Beltsville, look to be ready to be powered on.
All the charging spots have signs designating them for Electric Vehicles only.