AUSTIN, TEXAS - With more than half of its municipal fleet vehicles using alternative fuels (nearly 55 percent), the City of Austin, Texas, will be highlighted as this week's Clean Cities Success Story. Austin's goal is to have a carbon-neutral city fleet by 2020.       

Produced by Maryland Public Television's MotorWeek program, the short segment will air on PBS stations nationwide starting Jan. 15 (in the regular weekly MotorWeek timeslot on your local PBS station). 

For show times in specific areas, check the MotorWeek and Discovery Channel websites. Previous segments in the series are now available on the Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicles Data Center (AFDC) website. New segments will be posted as they air.

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