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Discussion in 'Midwest/Great Lakes' started by curts, May 27, 2017.
Looks like construction began last weekend by the Sheetz in Cambridge, OH
I've added it to the map, thanks: supercharge.info
@curts thanks for the pics Great news. Love how the map is filling out
Excellent! With the completion of the Charleston WV SpC and this one in Cambridge, my frequent trips from NE Ohio to western North Carolina become easily accomplished. I can ditch the Prius!
Well, I don't see anything Tesla-specific in those pictures, although it is suspiciously Supercharger-sized so ...
Interstates: I-70, I-77
US Numbered Highways (<=5mi): US-22, US-40
From: Grove City, OH - 84.4 miles
To: Triadelphia, WV - 57.8 miles
Diversion: 1.2 miles
From: Dayton, OH - 150 miles
To: Somerset, PA - 155 miles
From: Charleston, WV - 133 miles
To: End (I-90 at Cleveland, OH) - 121 miles
Diversion: 4 miles
From: Wytheville, VA - 261 miles
To: Macedonia, OH (I-77,OH-8,OH-82) - 103 miles
To: Triadelphia, WV (I-70,I-470,I-70,local) - 57.8 miles
To: Charleston, WV (I-77,I-64) - 133 miles
To: Grove City, OH (I-70,I-270,I-71) - 84.9 miles
To: Lima, OH (I-70,I-270,US-33,OH-117) - 168 miles
To: Mt. Gilead, OH (I-70,OH-146,OH-586,OH-13,OH-95) - 83.9 miles
Together with Charleston, WV it "completes" I-77, reducing the largest gap 133 miles.
Splits the 2nd biggest I-70 gap: Grove City, OH to Triadelphia, WV is 141 miles. (Largest is the 142 miles from Goodland, KS to Hays, KS and Tesla's Find Us map shows Colby, KS for 2017.)
Also, for those traveling along I-70, Grove City, OH is a significant diversion. At 150 miles from Dayton, OH, Cambridge, OH will allow Grove City, OH to be regularly skipped. For anyone then heading further east, it'll be 155 miles from Cambridge, OH to Somerset, PA, allowing a skip of Triadelphia, WV.
An important hole-filler for both its Interstates.
IT"S HAPPENING, ITS HAPPENING!!!
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2101 Southgate Pkwy
I just drove through Cambridge and stopped to see if any more work has happened. Unfortunately no activity, and there is no equipment yet onsite. The site has some broken up concrete which is fenced off.
Anyone have anything new to report here?
Here's photos from today. No power box yet.
Slower than I was hoping but progress none the less. Thanks
Thanks for unlurking and posting! Nothing Tesla-specific there yet, but that conduit fits with the common slab of distribution cabinet + Supercharger cabinets.
Lots of water in that hole they dug. Lots of rain in the area?
With Charleston, WV unofficially open, Cambridge, OH is now needed to complete I-77.
I stopped by the construction site on my way back from Marietta today. Still nothing Tesla specific, but it looks an awful lot like a Supercharger site. I drive through here at least once a week for work. If I have a chance, I'll stop and check it out then.
Thanks for your eyes on this one...
Just drove through Cambridge. Snapped a few more pics, but I can only post one for some reason. It answers the main question we all had anyway.
Put the pictures on ex. Imgur
then paste links for them if you can.
Here is an updated photo I snapped moments ago.
Drove by today. They are still working on the power boxes/cabinets.
The workers (3) thought it might be ready in a couple of weeks.
They hadn't seen a Tesla before, so we spent some Tesla time with them.