January 13-17, 2019
Washington, D.C.
TRB 98th Annual Meeting
876

On the Road with Alternative Fuels: Progress in Deploying New Vehicle and Fueling Infrastructure

Thursday, January 11, 2018, 8:00 AM-12:00 PM, Convention Center 2018
Marianne Mintz, Argonne National Laboratory; Diane Turchetta, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA); Michael Scarpino, OST-R/Volpe Center, presiding
Sponsored by Standing Committee on Alternative Transportation Fuels and Technologies; Special Task Force on Climate Change and Energy; Standing Committee on Transportation and Air Quality; and Standing Committee on Transportation Energy

Several recent developments—new technologies, the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act, and the Volkswagen consent decree—have reinvigorated efforts to deploy alternative-fuel vehicles and the infrastructure needed to integrate these vehicles into the marketplace. This workshop hosts facilitated discussions of attendee experiences and lessons learned on such topics as Level 2 charging, DC fast charging, 150-kW fast chargers, compressed and liquid natural gas fueling, establishing corridors for alternative-fuel vehicles, and more.

FHWA Alternative Fuels Corridor Designations
Diane Turchetta, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

 

U.S. DOE Vehicle Technologies Office’s Technology Integration Program
Marcy Rood Werpy, Argonne National Laboratory

 

I-95: Electrification and Clean Diesel Freight Corridor
Alycia Gilde, CALSTART

 

Mid-America Alternative Fuel Corridor: A Greener Way Across the USA (I-80) and Michigan-to-Montana (I-94/I-90) Collaboration
Carl Lisek, South Shore Clean Cities
National Plug-In Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Analysis
Matteo Muratori, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

 

Analysis and Best Practices of National Electric Vehicle Charging Deployment Scenarios
Shawn Salisbury, Idaho National Laboratory
Determining Fast Charging Along Corridors with a Growing List of Long-Distance PEV Models
Yan Zhou, Argonne National Laboratory

 

ZEV Investment Plan for California and the United States
Sophie Schulman, Electrify America

 

M2M Corridor Infrastructure: CNG/LNG Station Siting Considerations
Ted Barnes, Gas Technology Institute

 

Alternative Fuels Corridors throughout the Golden State
Ellen Greenberg, California Department of Transportation (CALTRANS)

 

Land of Lakes Corridor Signage Status
Timothy Sexton, Minnesota Department of Transportation
Palmetto State: A Joint State Agency Initiative
Landon Masters, South Carolina Energy Office

 

Virginia’s Collaborative Effort in Alternative Fuel Signage
Alleyn Harned, James Madison University