In addition to gas, the plaza will feature compressed natural gas and Tesla electric chargers.
A new travel plaza is set to open next to JFK Airport next month, New York Daily News reported.
The station will be located on the corner of 147th St. and 150th Ave. near the Belt Parkway and JFK Expressway and is set to open April 3.
The travel plaza will feature fast food options like Wendy’s and 7-Eleven as well as free Wi-Fi. Qdoba Mexican Grill and Max’s New York Style Pizza will also have restaurants in the plaza.
The plaza plans to offer Sunoco Gas, diesel, compressed natural gas and Tesla electric chargers.
“This 21st century facility will not only meet the fueling needs for a wide range of vehicles types, but will encourage economic development for the airport’s surrounding communities by making less-expensive and cleaner-burning natural gas fuel more readily available,” Peter Grace, senior vice president of sales and finance at Clean Energy told the New York Daily News.
The plaza is expected to generate $30 million a year in sales, according to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.