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Oregon DOT commits $100M to strengthen public EV charging network

On Friday, the Oregon Department of Transportation announced it would commit $100 million to Oregon’s public electric vehicle charging network over the next five years.

The charging network will be placed across several major road corridors and increase access to electric vehicle charging stations in communities throughout the state.

Amanda Pietz, administrator for ODOT’s Policy, Data & Analysis Division, said more EV charging infrastructure will help motivate Oregonians to choose an EV for their next car, SUV, or bicycle.

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