The toolkit complements the findings and insights discussed at the workshop titled “Learning from the California Experience: Alternative Fuels, Vehicles, and Infrastructure” held on March 22, 2017 in Sacramento, California.
Freight stakeholders convened for a workshop titled “Tools for Implementing Alternative Fuel Corridors” held on November 4, 2016 in Troy, New York. This workshop was part of a two-day conference on clean corridors hosted by the Northeast Diesel Collaborative.
Various state and local transportation officials convened in Austin, Texas at the Texas Department of Transportation to discuss opportunities to integrate alternative fuel vehicles into public fleets on April 18, 2016.
This website is part of an Oregon Department of Transportation and U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration pooled fund initiative to assist state and local transportation agencies interested in promoting the use of alternative fuel vehicle technologies. Read more about this initiative on the About page.
The AFV Quick Facts provide fundamental information about alternative fuels. Maps & Tools provide a set of useful tools to plan for alternative fuel deployment in your region. Workshop Toolkits gives all resources and outputs from one of the five workshops held in 2015-2017.
Corridors: Resources related to planning and implementing AFV fueling infrastructure, specifically along highway corridors.
Codes/Standards: Building codes, design standards, signage requirements, and other international, national, state, and local codes and standards.
Equipment Procurement/Installation: Cost and other information related to the installation and procurement of AFV fueling infrastructure equipment.
Equipment Operation: Cost and other information related to the operation of AFV fueling infrastructure equipment.
AFV Deployment Planning: Resources focused on planning for AFV deployment, including readiness planning and the value of incentives and other AFV-related policies.
Financing: Strategies to encourage private investment in and public incentives for AFV corridors.
Public Incentives/Policies: Federal, state, and local incentives and policies to encourage AFV fueling infrastructure deployment.
Co-Benefits: Resources that provide information on the public benefit of AFV corridor development.
Electricity: Resources specific to electricity.
Natural Gas: Resources specific to natural gas.
Agency Processes /Procedures: Transportation agency internal processes, strategies, and actions to encourage AFV corridors.