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Creating a Sustainable Alternative Fuel Corridor

In the Michigan to Montana (M2M) Corridor project along I-94, GTI is building community-based partnerships and providing leadership to create a successful and sustainable alternative fuel corridor for clean vehicles. With a nearly $5 million award from DOE and $5 million in partner support, GTI worked with a coalition of Clean Cities Coalitions and other industry leaders to facilitate the deployment of new electric vehicle charging stations, CNG and propane fueling stations, and heavy-duty natural gas vehicles to accelerate the adoption of alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs). In addition, training is being provided to critical stakeholders to establish a sustainable market and continue growth beyond the project’s end.

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