Over half the world’s population lives in urban settings, and transportation within these regions is responsible for a substantial portion of global pollution and energy expenditures. The electrification of urban transportation offers several benefits including improved urban air quality, reduced noise, and decreased dependence on fuel imports and volatile fuel prices. Additionally, electrification programs centered in urban regions present an opportunity to provide a high degree of mobility at reduced environmental impact. However, the global environmental benefit of electrifying urban transportation will largely depend on using electricity generation sources that produce minimal emissions, such as photovoltaics. During this presentation, a team of URAP students will discuss the economic feasibility and social benefits of city-integrated PV for urban transportation.