Although Supercharge.info shows some current US construction activity, construction seems to have slowed greatly since Spring. Unfortunately for long distance travelers the sparse recent construction activity seems to be more focused on urban chargers than filling significant gaps like the entire State of North Dakota, parts of Eastern and Northeastern AZ, and a big hole on I10 in west Texas. Obviously supercharger network growth has been impressive and one can only hope the significant gaps will become a priority soon. I thought it was odd that Tesla recently opened the door a crack for free supercharger access for Model 3’s at a time cash seems to be in short supply to build new sites. While the numbers of 3’s at this time is small, it just seems like a decision at odds with financial realities.