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5-year National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Funding by State

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION

FUNDING FOR THE NATIONAL ELECTRIC VEHICLE INFRASTRUCTURE
FORMULA PROGRAM UNDER THE BIPARTISAN INFRASTRUCTURE LAW

State Estimated
5-Year Total
Funding
Alabama 79,308,285
Alaska 52,415,294
Arizona 76,483,976
Arkansas 54,121,947
California 383,673,792
Colorado 56,536,754
Connecticut 52,503,813
Delaware 17,682,951
Dist. of Col. 16,679,459
Florida 198,057,481
Georgia 134,975,283
Hawaii 17,680,364
Idaho 29,899,106
Illinois 148,621,459
Indiana 99,605,738
Iowa 51,374,369
Kansas 39,503,201
Kentucky 69,455,682
Louisiana 73,367,735
Maine 19,296,432
Maryland 62,818,576
Massachusetts 63,488,497
Michigan 110,061,712
Minnesota 68,164,918
Mississippi 50,557,563
Missouri 98,961,186
Montana 42,889,962
Nebraska 30,214,832
Nevada 37,958,457
New Hampshire 17,271,581
New Jersey 104,373,268
New Mexico 38,387,895
New York 175,466,514
North Carolina 109,024,196
North Dakota 25,952,484
Ohio 140,120,116
Oklahoma 66,296,972
Oregon 52,249,356
Pennsylvania 171,514,120
Puerto Rico 13,661,153
Rhode Island 22,861,459
South Carolina 69,998,769
South Dakota 29,479,906
Tennessee 88,334,969
Texas 407,774,759
Utah 36,298,604
Vermont 21,215,761
Virginia 106,376,132
Washington 70,865,271
West Virginia 45,683,164
Wisconsin 78,654,701
Wyoming 26,780,026
Total 4,155,000,000
Page last modified on February 10, 2022
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