FHWA recently completed the second round of designations for the Alternative Fuels Corridor program. With the designation of these corridors, FHWA is continuing to establish a national network of alternative fueling and charging infrastructure along national highway system corridors.
To date, FHWA's Alternative Fuels Corridor Program has included:
- 58 Nominations;
- Designations on segments or entire lengths of 71 Interstate corridors (including Hawaii); and,
- 44 states (plus the District of Columbia) designated as corridor-ready or corridor-pending for one or more alternative fuel types.
Visit the Alternative Fuels Corridor website to learn about the new designations and view updated corridor maps and information.