(WALB) - Two Georgia interstates will be used to promote alternative fuel cars.
The Federal Highway Administration has designated I-75 and I-85 as Alternative Fuel Corridors.
They were chosen because of electric charging stations and compressed natural gas stations that are located along the highways.
The federal government is working to accelerate the use of electric vehicles and infrastructure to support alternative fuel vehicles.
For more information about Alternative Fuel Corridors, visit the Federal Highway Administration's website.