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With the designation of alternative fuel corridors (AFCs), the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is establishing a national network of alternative fueling and charging infrastructure along national highway system corridors, consisting of electric vehicle (EV) charging, liquified petroleum gas (LPG), compressed natural gas (CNG), liquid natural gas (LNG), and hydrogen. The FHWA intends to support the expansion of this national network through a formal designation process that:
FHWA has issued 6 Rounds of Requests for Nomination for AFCs. Information on FHWA’s AFCs and requirements can be found here and supporting alternative fueling station data can be found on the Alternative Fuels Data Center’s Station Data.
Maryland Alternative Fuel Corridors
Since the initial corridor nomination in 2016, Maryland has established a robust network of AFCs, successfully designating corridors for all five alternative fuels. Currently, there are 23 electric vehicle (EV) AFCs, one compressed natural gas (CNG) AFC, one liquid natural gas (LNG) AFC, two liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) AFCs, and three hydrogen AFCs designated in Maryland. Maps of the AFCs designations can be found below. MDOT will continue to work with ZEEVIC and key planning partners to explore and identify future infrastructure opportunities.
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