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Alternative Fuels Corridor Applied Research Funding Opportunity Awardees

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The Federal Highway Administration announced an applied research funding opportunity for State and Regional Transportation Agencies in July 2019 to develop Alternative Fuels Corridor Deployment Plans. The awardees are listed below: 

  • Illinois DOT – IDOT in coordination with New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Ohio and Iowa will develop an alternative fuels corridor deployment plan for the installation of both electric vehicle charging and compressed natural gas fueling infrastructure along the I-80 corridor from New Jersey to the Iowa/Nebraska border.
  • Pima Association of Governments (PAG) - will develop an alternative fuels corridor deployment plan for the installation of both electric vehicle charging and compressed natural gas fueling infrastructure along the I-10 corridor in Arizona.
  • Tennessee DOT - will develop an alternative fuels corridor deployment plan for the installation of both electric vehicle charging and compressed natural gas fueling infrastructure along the I-40 corridor from North Carolina to the Arkansas/Oklahoma border.
  • Pennsylvania DOT - will develop an alternative fuels corridor deployment plan for the installation of both electric vehicle charging and compressed natural gas fueling infrastructure along the I-81/I-78 corridors from the Pennsylvania/Maryland border to the Pennsylvania/New Jersey border.
  • North Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) - will develop an alternative fuels corridor deployment plan for the installation of both electric vehicle charging and hydrogen fueling infrastructure along the IH-45 corridor from the seaports of Houston/Galveston to the inland ports of Dallas/Ft. Worth.

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