This program encourages and promotes the use of alternative transportation fuels as a way to increase the overall efficiency of the transportation system, improve air quality and promote energy independence. An extensive network of alternative fuel stakeholders has been established and is working to accelerate the availability and use of alternative fuels in Alabama. Other sources of information for alternative fuels include the Alabama Clean Fuels Coalition, STRIDE Collaborative, and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicles Data Center with an alternative fuel station locator, tax incentives and laws, and much more.
If you’re looking for more information on alternative fuels or saving money at the pump, a good place to start is www.fueleconomy.gov. ADECA encourages you to save money, be green and enjoy your commute. Ridesharing can match you with other interested people who live and work close to you. Share the ride with like-minded people and start saving money today with Commute Smart!
Rural transit agencies are also available to provide transportation services for rural residents, such as transporting senior citizens to medical appointments and transporting workers to jobs in areas where there is no mass transportation. For more information on rural transit in Alabama contact the Alabama Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Multimodal Transportation at (334) 353-6401.
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