The Tesla Supercharger in Breezewood, Pennsylvania is open. The eight-stall Supercharger station is located at a Sheetz convenience store on the Lincoln Highway (Rt. 30) near the Pennsylvania Turnpike and I-70.
Construction was reported by PlugInSites on May 29th when we spotted the Tesla equipment and excavation at the site. Breezewood is a welcome addition to the Tesla charging network and fills a gap betwen the six-stall Somerset Supercharger and the Harrisburg Supercharger. It also helps enable north-south travel in Pennsylvania towards the State College area.
The Breezewood Supercharger is also great for Tesla drivers who want to travel the scenic Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor in western Pennsylvania which is part of the first coast-to-coast highway in America.
In 1914, the Electric Vehicle Association of America created a map of charging stations on the Lincoln Highway and discussed plans to drive a small convoy of electric vehicles from New York to San Francisco on the route. To the best of our knowledge, an electric vehicle has yet to drive the entire Lincoln Highway. There is a Lincoln Highway Electric Motorists Facebook Group [LINK] for enthusiasts interested in driving the Lincoln Hwy in an EV.