IH-45 Zero-Emission Vehicle Corridor
The North Central Texas Council of Governments is developing a Zero-Emission Vehicle corrridor along Interstate Highway 45 from Dallas to Houston. This plan involves building infrastructure for both electric and hydrogen fuel cell electric vehilces with an emphasis on medium and heavy duty trucks and buses.
Join NCTCOG/DFW Clean Cities in developing a plan to build out infrastructure along Interstate 45 to support battery electric and fuel cell electric vehicle travel by joining an IH-45 Zero-Emission Vehicle Corridor stakeholder group!
NCTCOG/DFWCC is meeting with stakeholders representing fuel providers, fleets, infrastructure developers, fuel associations, government agencies, utilities, and interest groups to inform development of the infrastructure plan. Stakeholders are needed to support both plan elements - battery electric vehicle charging, and fuel cell electric vehicle fueling.
Join the Stakeholder Groups
Interstate Highway 45 ZEV Corridor Deployment Plan Stakholder Directory
Overview Presentaion of IH-45 ZEV Corridor Deployment Plan
Federal Highway Administration Alternative Fuels Corridor Deployment Plan Awards
October 28, 2020 - 11:00 AM
The IH-45 ZEV Stakeholders met on August 27, 2020 at 10:30 AM, via Zoom.