Clean Mobility Options (CMO) Voucher Pilot Program: Mobility Project Vouchers – California Air Resources Board
Deadline: Beginning 9 a.m. PT October 20, 2020
Government entities, nonprofits, and California Native American Tribes. Other organizations may partner as sub-applicants.
Zero-emission car-sharing and ride-sharing, bike-sharing, and innovative transit services like demand-responsive transit in California’s historically under-served communities.
Applications for Mobility Project Vouchers will be accepted beginning 9 a.m. PT on October 20, 2020. Applications can be prepared ahead of the application window and submitted immediately at the time that the application window opens at 9 a.m. PT on October 20, 2020. Applications that meet implementation manual requirements will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.
$19 million is currently available for the 2020 application window with $1 million for a new local Clean Shared Mobility Project and $600,000 for expansion of an existing project.
Expedited Project Delivery Pilot Program – Federal Transit Administration
State or local government authorities.
Transit pilot project that is a new fixed guideway capital project, small start project, or core capacity improvement project that has not entered into a full funding grant agreement with FTA.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until up to eight grants are awarded, subject to funding availability.
$225 million (2020).
To be determined
Infrastructure State Revolving Fund (ISRF) Program – California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank
Cities, counties, special districts, assessment districts, JPAs, and nonprofits.
Local streets, highways, drainage, water, sewer, waste, transit, parks, and other public utilities and facilities.
Applications are accepted on a continuous basis. The ISRF Board considers applications at monthly meetings.
$50,000 – $25 million loans, with terms for the useful life of the project up to a maximum of 30 years.
Small, Medium, and Large
Medium to High
Zero-Emission Transit, School and Shuttle Buses – California Air Resources Board
Owners of transit buses, school buses, and shuttle buses, Native American Tribes, agencies that are the lessors of applicable transit.
New zero-emission replacement buses for owners of transit, school and shuttle buses.
Applications are accepted on a continuous basis. Funding for transit and shuttle buses is still available. However, funding for zero-emission school buses is no longer available and is currently oversubscribed.
$130 million is available on a first-come, first-served basis in 2019.
Small to Medium
To be determined