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February 5, 2013
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — With more quick-charge stations installed for electric vehicles, Oregon has completed its portion of the West Coast Electric Highway.
When completed, the electric highway will be equipped with quick-charge stations every 25 to 60 miles, according to The Salem Statesman Journal. The highway is a tri-state effort of Washington, Oregon and California, and extends from British Columbia to Baja California.
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