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Alternative Fuels Corridor gets a boost from Washington-British Columbia Summit agreement

Washington and British Columbia signed an Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) (pdf 258.52kb) in June, 2008. The State and Province have agreed to work together to develop a strong and viable alternative fuels network that will benefit both the environment and the economies of the State and Province, supporting projects and programs within their respective jurisdictions that advance the goal of the Highway 99/I-5 Corridor as an alternative fuels corridor.