Oklahoma Interstates and Highways Designated as Alternative Fuel Corridors

Drivers along the Oklahoma interstates should start to see signs of the state’s effort to better building an alternative fueling infrastructure.

On November 3rd, the Federal Highway Administration designated I-35, I-40 and I-44 in Oklahoma as alternative fuel corridors, making the three highways a special designation meant to improve the mobility of passenger and commercial vehicles that run on alternative fuels. This new designation means special highway signage indicating the nearest alternative fueling stations will eventually be placed along these highways by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation.

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