SAVANNAH, Ga. — State and local governments are on track to give $2.1 billion in tax breaks to Hyundai Motor Group after it said it will invest an additional $2 billion to build an EV complex.
The U.S. Department of Commerce has awarded $742,180 to help a Georgia technical college pay for a concrete practice driving area for commercial driver license candidates.September 5, 2023
Hyundai Motor Group and LG Energy Solution say they will spend an additional $2 billion and hire an extra 400 workers to make batteries at the automaker’s Georgia EV plant under construction.
Georgia’s reinstatement this year of motor fuel taxes helped the state collect 13.1% more revenue to reach nearly $2.5 billion in July compared with the previous year.August 18, 2023
While Georgia sits at the center of a surge in electric vehicle manufacturing, former President Donald Trump took aim at the state’s fastest-growing industry in a speech there.
Two new Georgia laws serve to accommodate the rising number of trucks and electric vehicles on the road, which is expected to increase exponentially in coming decades.
The Georgia state Senate on March 23 approved a measure that would temporarily allow vehicles carrying forestry and agricultural products to weigh up to 88,000 pounds on Georgia roads.
ATLANTA — The Georgia Department of Transportation completed its first Consolidated Rail Infrastructure and Safety Improvement (CRISI) Grant project in January.January 19, 2023
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed two executive orders Nov. 4 to extend the supply chain emergency status and temporarily suspend state diesel and gas taxes through Dec. 11.November 10, 2022