A Fueling Infrastructure
California's Alternative Fuel Corridors Are Working
Alternative Fuel Corridors: A Clean-Air Infrastructure
For many years, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has been expanding a network of alternative fueling corridors throughout California and the nation. The nation's alternative fuel corridors cover over 100,000 miles of the National Highway System within 44 states plus the District of Colombia.
This alternative fuels infrastructure is helping to keep clean-air vehicles in California moving. California's alternative fuel corridors will help fuel one of America's cleanest systems when, by November of 2018, 90% of all natural gas vehicle fuel in California will be Renewable Natural Gas (RNG). Not only does RNG have the lowest carbon intensity of all fuels tracked by CARB, including hydrogen and electricity, but it's the ONLY fuel to reach a below-zero carbon intensity level.
Within California, there are thousands of miles of Alternative Fuel Corridors helping to keep California's clean-air vehicles moving.
Natural Gas Corridor Pending
Natural Gas Corridor Ready