EV charging infrastructure advisory group meets March 9

Feb. 26, 2021

Contact: Matt Noble, ODOT public affairs specialist | 503-779-9868 


The advisory group for ODOT’s Transportation Electrification Infrastructure Needs Analysis will hold a virtual meeting 8 – 10:30 a.m. March 9, 2021. The meeting is open to the public.

The meeting will be hosted online to comply with Oregon’s social distancing guidelines for slowing the spread of COVID-19.

  • Join the meeting via WebEx: meeting link
  • Meeting password: WmZFpUJK844
  • Or join by phone: +1-408-418-9388; meeting number (access code): 146 744 2916

On the agenda: review and discuss initial modeling results, review feedback from the group listening sessions, introduce policy framework and gather feedback on initial policy recommendations.

View the full meeting agenda, and more information about the study, on the TEINA website.

ODOT’s Climate Office is leading the Transportation Electrification Infrastructure Needs Analysis. The study will highlight charging infrastructure gaps, and propose solutions to help accelerate widespread multimodal transportation electrification in Oregon.

The advisory group’s 17 members represent utilities, local governments, nonprofit groups and the auto industry.

The public may share their comments up to one day in advance of the meeting via email: Zechariah.HECK@odot.state.or.us; please use “advisory group comment” in the subject line.

Comments received by 1 p.m. the business day before the meeting will be shared with advisory group members. All written comments received will be added to the meeting record.


About the Climate Office

ODOT’s Climate Office was formed in March 2020 and leads the agency’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from transportation and shrink ODOT’s carbon footprint.