When you run the smallest state in the nation (by geography), there’s really no excuse for range anxiety to be an issue. Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee may have thought as much when he announced that his state will add 50 publicly accessible electric-vehicle charging stations this summer.
Chris Clement was sworn in as Commissioner of Transportation on September 14, 2011. He has an extensive leadership background in both the private and public sectors. He previously served as Deputy Commissioner and Chief Operating Officer of the NHDOT from July 2008 to February 2010. Prior to becoming NHDOT Commissioner, Chris Clement was the Director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Stimulus. As Commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Transportation, Chris Clement oversees a $600 million transportation agency of over 1,600 employees with the daily mission of transportation excellence that enhances the quality of life in New Hampshire.
J oin us in Portsmouth, New Hampshire for the 2014 NASTO Conference being held from June 8th – June 10th. Each year, NASTO brings together representatives from the state transportation departments of the Northeastern United States and the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Quebec. This annual event continues to draw over 200 participants including NASTO members. Learn more.