Oregon on the Move Along the West Coast Electric Highway
Life is a highway… and in Oregon, it’s an electric highway.
The Oregon Department of Transportation reports that Oregon drivers have traveled more than 3 million all-electric miles powered directly by ODOT’s West Coast Electric Highway network of chargers.
Our state has an ever-expanding network of chargers to keep electric vehicle drivers on the move. The West Coast Electric Highway is a network of fast-charging stations located every 25-50 miles along I-5, Highway 99, and other major roadways in the Pacific Northwest.
ODOT checked in with Oregon EV drivers to hear more about how they travel in all-electric style: