Station Data for Alternative Fuel Corridors
Use these interactive maps to explore potential corridors by fuel:
To measure the driving distance between stations and view designated corridors, use the Fuel Corridors Tool.
This station dataset supports establishing a national network for alternative fueling and electric vehicle charging infrastructure along national highway system corridors. This effort is a collaboration between the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Department of Transportation. Learn more from these programs:
- Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Alternative Fuel Corridors
- National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program
The table below provides station data by state and fuel type. These datasets include public stations with the following filters applied to meet the criteria for alternative fuel corridors:
- EV charging – only DC fast electric vehicle (EV) charging stations that have at least four EVSE ports (also called chargers) with CCS connectors and each support a power output of at least 150 kW
- Note: The file downloads below include nine additional attributes for EV charging stations that indicate the total number of EVSE ports as well as a breakdown by connector type. In the CSV files, this information appears in the last nine columns. Learn more about connector types.
- Hydrogen – only retail stations (Non-retail stations may qualify for corridors if the stations are compliant with SAE J2601 standards and meet all of the criteria for a hydrogen corridor.)
- Propane – only "primary" liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) stations, which have fuel for vehicles and vehicle-specific fueling services that are consistently offered during business hours
- CNG – only fast-fill compressed natural gas (CNG) stations that offer a fill pressure of 3,600 psi
- LNG – all liquefied natural gas (LNG) stations
The CSV, GeoJSON, KML, and shapefile downloads are current stations from the Alternative Fueling Station Locator.
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