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The Hubcap: May 2019

Alternative Fuels Corridor Round Three Designations Update

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)recently completed the third round of designations for the Alternative Fuels Corridor program. With the designation of these corridors, FHWA is continuing to establish a national network of alternative fueling and charging infrastructure along national highway system corridors....

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Three South Carolina Fleets Recognized in 100 Best Fleets Program

The City of Greenville, York County, and Richland County were all recognized in the 100 Best Fleets Program, a list that any fleet would be pleased to make.

The 100 Best Fleets Program recognizes fleets through an application and judging process to determine their ranking according to certain criteria. Included...

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South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control’s Breathe Better (B2) for Businesses

As the population and the number of businesses grow, so does the volume of vehicles on the road in a single day. This can be challenging for keeping the air in South Carolina clean and safe.

The good news is South Carolina does have clean air and is currently attaining all of the National Ambient Air Quality...

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The COMET to Fund Expansion of City's Bike Share System

Blue Bike, the City of Columbia's bike share program that began last year, is set to expand through a partnership with The COMET bus system.

The COMET is investing $330,000 in the Blue Bike program, including money to add 10 new bike share stations throughout the city. The number of bicycles in the system —...

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Green Fleet Nominations Now Open

The 2019...

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