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Second Cross Country Route

Discussion in 'Charging Standards and Infrastructure' started by Kevin Harney, May 27, 2014.

  1. Kevin Harney

    Kevin Harney Active Member

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    Near as I can figure about 6 more stations and the second cross country route will be finished !!

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    Which also connects to Normal Il and with one more in Louisville area also connects to Dayton !!
     
  2. RLA12194

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    The Texas island persists...
     
  3. Cottonwood

    Cottonwood Roadster#433, Model S#S37

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    It's not on the Tesla Supercharger map, but while we dream, it would only take three Superchargers to nicely connect the Texas Triangle Island to Salina, and change the Texas Island Triangle to the Texas Peninsula Spoon...
     
  4. gfountain1

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    Well, it's Texas. Need I say more? :rolleyes:
     
  5. Cliff Hannel

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    EVTripPlanner now shows all superchargers (max 2 week lag after turn-on) and will auto-route through them. Here is LA-NY route: EV Trip Planner
     
  6. CHGolferJim

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    I think we're fast approaching the point when we need a TOP 20 TOURIST SITES IN EACH STATE list to entice people into grand cross-country Tesla itineraries. By the time I get my Gen3, if I can wait that long, there may be at least 3 primary routes, offering the opportunity to visit many, many states :biggrin:
     
  7. LazMan

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    You get no sympathy from those in the Canadian wasteland.
     
  8. JohnMc

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    Don't forget the NW I90 route! We need the gap filled between Ritzville, WA and Rapid City, SD so I can get to Chicago.
     
  9. Doug_G

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    +1.
     
  10. purplewalt

    purplewalt Active Member

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    Easy there, Pardnuh.
    One small step at a time.

    Sooner or later, Texas will be connected with States to the East, North and West.
    And then once connected: Texas to Canada, New England states, Deep South States including Florida.
    Then you can come enjoy some Bar-B-Q, or some more from Memphis or KC.

    Heck, if you traveling from Florida to California, you might even pass thru Texas.
     

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