North Florida Clean Fuels

As the host agency for the North Florida Clean Fuels Coalition, the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) has provided funding to support alternative fuel infrastructure and vehicle deployment.

St. Johns County mid-duty bi-fuel CNG Fleet Vehicles

Nopetro built a new CNG facility on State Road 16 east of I-95 for St. Johns County to fuel vehicles that have been converted to run on CNG. The station is available to other CNG vehicles as well. The North Florida TPO provided St. Johns County with $732,000 to purchase mid-duty bi-fuel CNG fleet vehicles.

CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) Pump

Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA) CNG Station

The North Florida TPO provided JTA with $2.75 million to help construct CNG stations to serve the JTA fleet and the public.

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Florida East Coast Railway Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Pilot Project

FEC purchased four new locomotives with LNG kits and two fuel cars with $375,000 from the North Florida TPO. Hub operations including training and maintenance take place in Northeast Florida with the test route running between Jacksonville and New Smyrna.

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Regional Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations

In partnership with the JEA, the North Florida TPO invested $650,000 to install 48 EV charging stations in Duval, Clay, Nassau and St. Johns counties. The TPO has subsequently funded 23 additional stations.

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City of Jacksonville Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Sanitation Trucks

The City of Jacksonville received $315,000 in TPO Clean Fuels funding to cover CNG equipment costs for up to seven new Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) sanitation trucks. This represents the City’s first efforts to convert their fleet to alternative fuels.

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