Several major interstate highways in the Transportation and Climate Initiative region, including I-95, I-91 and I-87, were designated as “alternative-fuel corridors” by the U.S. Department of Transportation, recognizing the state support for electric vehicles (EV) in the region and setting the stage for the expansion of electric vehicle travel in the northeast and mid-Atlantic.
Clean Vehicles and Fuels
The Clean Vehicles and Fuels work of the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI) aims to support the mass-market deployment of clean vehicles in TCI states, and to maximize the economic opportunites that these vehicles can bring to the region.
This work led to the launch of the Northeast Electric Vehicle Network, which will ultimately help travelers drive their electric vehicles seamlessly from northern New England to Washington, DC, and everywhere in between. The region's Clean Cities Coalitions and an array of public- and private-sector partners are extensively involved in TCI's Clean Vehicles and Fuels work. Such efforts help fuel momentum for the deployment of electric vehicles in the region.
To learn more about the Northeast Electric Vehicle Network, click here.
With questions or comments about TCI's Clean Vehicles and Fuels work, contact Kate Zyla of the Georgetown Climate Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.