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Asbestos is a fibrous mineral naturally occurring in ultramafic rock (a rock type commonly found in California ), and used as a processed component of building materials. Due to the fact that asbestos has been proven to cause a number of disabling and fatal diseases, such as asbestosis and lung cancer, it is strictly regulated based either on its natural widespread occurrence, or in its use as a building material.

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  • Patrick Wenzinger
  • Administrative Analyst, Strategic Incentives
  • 415 749-4934
  • Karen Schkolnick
  • Air Quality Program Manager, Strategic Incentives
  • 415 749-5070

Electronic Bicycle Lockers

The Bay Area Air Quality Management District's (BAAQMD) Transportation Fund for Clean Air Program (TFCA) Regional Fund Program provides funding for electronic bicycle lockers. In FYE 2014, up to $400,000 was available for new e-locker projects. This program is currently oversubscribed and applications are no longer being accepted. A new round of funding is anticipated to be issued after June 30, 2014. Please check back for program updates after May 31, 2014.

Program Highlights
  • Only Public agencies are eligible to apply for funding
  • Funding may be used for costs to purchase and install new e-lockers
  • Up to $2,500 per bicycle accommodated
  • Limited to $75,000 per agency


Patrick Wenzinger, Administrative Analyst, (415) 749-4934

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About the funding source: Transportation Fund for Clean Air

To add your name to the TFCA grants distribution list, fill out the survey at

Last Updated: 5/5/2014