Governor Larry Hogan has announced a total of $3.7 million in electric vehicle charging infrastructure, which is being awarded to 37 sites, including one in Cumberland. The funding is provided through Maryland’s settlement with Volkswagen for air pollution violations. The newest charging station will be located at the Queen City Armory, which is being relocated to 112 Wineow Street next month. The state is funding 36 new public fast chargers at 13 locations and 145 workplace charging ports at 24 business locations. The public fast chargers are five to ten times quicker than the workplace charger ports.