Electric vehicles find juice in the Northwest

START: 8 a.m. Blaine Peace Arch, Interstate 5
1st stop: 9 a.m. Burlington Tesla Supercharger station , 9384 Old Highway 99 N (49 mile leg)
2nd stop: 10 a.m. Everett Fred Meyer charge station, 8530 Evergreen Way(34 mile leg)
3rd stop: 12:30 p.m. Seattle South Lake Union Discovery Center , 101 Westlake Ave N, (30 mile leg)
4th stop: 1:45 p.m. Tacoma Glass Museum charge station, 1801 Dock St. (33 mile leg)
5th stop: 3:45 p.m. Olympia Shell Quick-Charge Tumwater, 6131 Capitol Blvd SE (30 mile leg)
6th stop: 6 p.m. Vancouver Fred Meyer Quick Charge station, 2500 Columbia House Blvd. (105 mile leg)


The “West Coast Electric Highway” is an extensive network of electric vehicle (EV) DC fast charging stations located every 25 to 50 miles along Interstate 5 and other major roadways in the Pacific Northwest. The Washington State Department of Transportation oversees the Washington segment and the Oregon Department of Transportation heads up the Oregon segment. The West Coast has a robust EV charging network with thousands of Level 2 charging pedestals and dozens of DC fast chargers.
For more information about the West Coast Electric Highway, contact Tonia Buell at 360.705.7439 or [email protected] or visit http://www.westcoastgreenhighway.com/


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