INDIANAPOLIS — INDOT announced a major investment to build more electric vehicle charging stations and it happens to come at a time when gas prices are rising.
INDOT announced the U.S. Department of Transportation had signed off on its National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Plan. The Federally Funded plan will install at least 44 electric charging stations around the state.
Once built out, every Hoosier will be within 40 miles of a NEVI-funded charging station .
INDOT says the state will solicit bids for the charging stations around the middle of next year.
INDOT adds that they expect construction on the new charging stations to begin around the middle of 2024.
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