Per WetEV one site has opened, #7 for the month and #357 total: Vacaville, CA (Jct. I-80 ex. 55/I-505).
This site, along with Dunnigan 37 miles away, makes a good reserve pair for people traveling to/from the Bay Area and I-5 north. Plan to stop at the nearest one and if it isn't working, your reserve will take you to the farther of the two. Ideally road-trip charging infrastructure would be designed with pairs like this, spaced no more than 1/2 hour apart.
Red Bluff/Redding 30 miles apart would be a good choice, although EA decided to split the difference and put the site in Anderson in between them. That's a poor choice from the customer perspective, as there are highways leading from both the bigger cities to major destinations (Lassen N.P. and major boating lakes for both) as well as connecting west to U.S. 101 and east to U.S. 395. Anderson lacks those direct connections, and is especially inconvenient for Lassen whether you're coming from I-5 north or south, as you have to drive beyond the turnoff that provides the shortest way there. There are Walmarts in both cities, so presumably the only reason EA chose Anderson instead (in a Safeway parking lot) is to save themselves from building an extra site.
Guy [I have lots of experience designing/selling off-grid AE systems, some using EVs but don't own one. Local trips are by foot, bike and/or rapid transit].
The 'best' is the enemy of 'good enough'. Copper shot, not Silver bullets.