KDOT seeks input on EV charging in Kansas

TOPEKA – The Kansas Department of Transportation is looking for input from the public to determine what’s next for the Charge Up Kansas National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Plan.

Each state is required to develop a NEVI plan to access funds specified for Electric Vehicle (EV) charging, which will be updated annually. The plan will outline how the state will use funds to support the deployment of a charging infrastructure.

KDOT is requesting public feedback on EV charging to help create next year’s plan. Go to https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/d33b6d2213cf44c2a700b57509db4f1c to complete a short survey.

As part of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), each state was allocated funding to expand electric vehicle (EV) charging and infrastructure. The State of Kansas is projected to receive nearly $40 million of NEVI funds over five years.  In addition, Kansas agencies and communities will be eligible to apply for additional funding through $2.5 billion in discretionary programs.

For more information, go to the Charge Up Kansas webpage at https://ike.ksdot.gov/charge-up-kansas or contact [email protected].


This information can be made available in alternative accessible formats upon request. For information about obtaining an alternative format, contact the KDOT Division of Communications, 700 SW Harrison St., 2nd Fl West, Topeka, KS 66603-3745 or phone 785-296-3585 (Voice)/Hearing Impaired – 711.

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