The purpose of this report is to assess needs for electric vehicle (EV) charging, primarily along Ohio’s highway corridors. Corridor charging requires relatively high-power Direct Current Fast Charging (DCFC) stations that can rapidly deliver significant added range to EVs at locations that are easily and quickly accessed by motorists. This report identifies DCFC gaps in Interstate, U.S. Highway and State Route corridors and identifies options to fill them. Most of these gaps should and will need to be filled by private commercial site hosts but can be supplemented by installing charging facilities at ODOT rest stops and Ohio Turnpike Service Plazas.
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