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Michigan To Receive $110 Million Over 5 Years For Electric Vehicle Infrastructure

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Staff Writer

According to the US Department of Transportation, Michigan will receive a total of $110,061,712 over the next 5 years for the development and expansion of electric vehicle infrastructure.

The electric charging push is part of the Department of Transportation’s Justice40 initiative, which works to “address gaps in transportation infrastructure and public services” by allocating at least 40% of “benefits from federal investments to disadvantaged communities.”

For Fiscal Year 2022, Michigan will receive $16.3M, and the values will increase yearly until FY 2026. 

A Shrinking Job Market- State of Employment in MI

Data from the U.S. The Bureau of Labor Statistics provides insight into the scope of employment in Michigan. With information from as recently as January, 2024, we can compare Michigan’s employment turnover data with that of other states to get a better picture of how things stand here in the Great Lakes State.