Peach Street commercial district. Indications were strong that Tesla had found a site long ago only to have it fall through for unknown reasons-- a story that would seem to mirror the same timetable and complications that long plagued the Harrisburg Supercharger.
Somerset and Cranberry locations near Pittsburgh. Harrisburg was another long-bemoaned missing link that made travel across the state problematic at best. Eventually, a welcoming property was found and construction in Harrisburg and Erie have been nearly simultaneous, with Harrisburg coming online just a few weeks earlier.
hosting businesses in Erie are hoping to attract some new guests. My own observations from frequent travels up and down I-79/90 would suggest they're going to be pleasantly surprised. Ontario license plates make semi-annual appearances in large numbers as the "Snowbirds" transit western Pennsylvania. They're also common sights around Pittsburgh year-round, with a good majority of them coming from Toronto.
Toronto-- indeed, it might surprise many to find out that Toronto has long been the largest city in Canada, more than double the size of Vancouver. It also barely nudges Chicago out of the top four on the continent, with only Mexico City, New York City and Los Angeles claiming more residents. So when the city of Toronto goes on vacation... a good many of them wind up in western Pennsylvania.
assuming you've first activated submarine mode).
written extensively on the other amenities and businesses near the Supercharger. Pretty much anything you need... is right there or very nearby.
One of the initial unknowns was how Tesla would lay out the chargers themselves. I'd speculated that given the proximity to campgrounds and the lake that Tesla might make the slots pull-through to allow Model X's with trailers an easier charge.
This article originally appeared on Teslarati.com
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