IH 45 Zero-Emission Vehicle Corridor

The North Central Texas Council of Governments is developing a Zero-Emission Vehicle corridor plan along Interstate Highway 45 from Dallas to Houston. This plan will outline a strategy for building infrastructure for both electric and hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles with an emphasis on medium and heavy duty trucks and buses. This work is funded by the Federal Highway Administration Alternative Fuels Corridor Deployment Plan Awards.

Overview Presentation of IH 45 ZEV Corridor Deployment Plan

Join NCTCOG/DFW Clean Cities in developing a plan to strategically build out infrastructure along Interstate Highway 45 to support battery electric and fuel cell electric vehicle travel by joining an IH 45 Zero-Emission Vehicle Corridor stakeholder group.  Stakeholder groups include Infrastructure Development, Customer Identification/Vehicle Availability, and Policy/Incentives.

Interstate Highway 45 ZEV Corridor Deployment Plan Stakeholder Directory
For meeting information, please join the stakeholder groups.



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Subgroup: Customer Identification and Vehicle Availability

March 30
Subgroup: Infrastructure Development

April 2
Subgroup: Policy/Incentives



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For more information about this project contact Soria Adibi at sadibi@nctcog.org