Southeast Region Alternative Fuel Corridor Interactive Map

The Alternative Fuel Corridor Map exhibiting the fuel stations present

The Southeast Region Alternative Fuel Corridor interactive map shows locations of refill and charge stations for various alternative fuel types in the Southeast. These alternative fuels include liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), liquefied natural gas (LNG), compressed natural gas (CNG), and electric (EV). Using corridor-ready criteria (see slide 5) established by the Federal Highway Administration, drive-distance zones were created to identify gaps in station infrastructure along interstate corridors. These buffer drive-distance zones were calculated only for stations within 5 miles of an exit along interstate corridors in the Southeast region. New stations can therefore be considered for installation in areas of the corridor network not overlapped the drive-distance zones.

To access the interactive map click the link below. NOTE: Use the “Content” icon on the lefthand side of the map next to the blue information icon to navigate among different alternative fuel types in the interactive map.

History of Alternative Fuel Corridors

With the designation of alternative fuel corridors, the U.S. Department of Transportation is establishing a national network of alternative fueling and charging infrastructure along major highways. This includes plug in electric vehicle charging, hydrogen fueling, propane (LPG) fueling, and natural gas (CNG, LNG) fueling.

I-26 in South Carolina

These corridors allow for inter- city, regional, and national travel using clean burning fuel while also addressing range anxiety. An integrative approach was used to ease these corridors into existing transportation planning process.

Drivers are notified of accessible fueling stations with proper signage along the highway (See Right Image). Among the first to install proper signage were South Carolina along I-26, and Minnesota along I-94.