Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
The Federal Highway Administration approved the environmental assessment for New York City’s proposed congestion pricing plan.
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced a new round of funding aimed at putting EV chargers “particularly in underserved and disadvantaged communities.”
The FHWA announced key details of its effort to create a national EV charging network, including minimum standards and a plan for domestic content requirements.
The first national congestion pricing in New York City will charge motorists up to $35, creating economic backlash and environmental justice concerns.
The Biden administration announced that 35 states have been approved to receive federal funding to be used to build out a national network of EV chargers.
California agencies will start soliciting applications early next year from private entities seeking a share of National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure funds.
New Jersey will spend $10.8 million to fund the purchase of heavy-duty EVs, including 10 electric school buses, and install 62 fast-charging stations.
EV drivers along the West Coast's I-5 should soon feel less range anxiety thanks to funds provided by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
Every state met the deadline to file their NEVI plans with the FHWA, but many will fall short of meeting the guidelines that the program requires.
A new proposed federal rule aimed at cutting GHG emissions raised questions about whether it would pass muster under new judicial review standards.
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