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The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is establishing Alternative Fuel Corridors for vehicles that are fueled with compressed natural gas, electricity, hydrogen, liquefied natural gas (LNG), and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). These corridors have alternative refueling sites along a designated route on the National Highway System. The routes highlighted in green have been designated as signage ready and are eligible for highway signage, and the routes in orange are designated as signage pending meaning that additional facilities are needed to warrant highway signage. Other routes have been proposed to be added to the network which is expected to expand in the future. For additional information on these Alternative Fuel Corridors, go to the FHWA website.

CNG CORRIDOR MAP AS OF JANUARY 5, 2017

CNG Alternative Fuel Corridor Map as of January 5, 2017

ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING CORRIDOR MAP AS OF JANUARY 5, 2017

Electric Vehicle Charging Corridor Map as of January 5, 2017

HYDROGEN CORRIDOR MAP AS OF JANUARY 5, 2017

Hydrogen Corridor Map as of January 5, 2017

LNG CORRIDOR MAP AS OF JANUARY 5, 2017

Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Corridor Map as of January 5, 2017

LPG CORRIDOR MAP AS OF JANUARY 5, 2017

Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Corridor Map as of January 5, 2017

Fact #961 Dataset

SUPPORTING INFORMATION:

Map of CNG Refueling Corridors. See FHWA website for interactive CNG Corridor map.

Map of Electric Vehicle Charging Corridors. See FHWA website for interactive Electric Charging Corridor map.

Map of Hydrogen Refueling Corridors. See FHWA website for interactive Hydrogen Corridor map.

Map of LNG Refueling Corridors. See FHWA website for interactive LNG Corridor map.

Map of LPG Refueling Corridors. See FHWA website for interactive LPG Corridor map.

Source: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Alternative Fuel Corridors website, accessed January 5, 2017.

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