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Upgrade or replace diesel school buses, or replace on-board natural gas tanks through the Lower-Emission School Bus Program. This program aims to reduce children’s exposure to harmful diesel bus emissions.
The Air District is currently accepting applications for public school bus on-board compressed natural gas (CNG) tank replacement projects ONLY and funding will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis until all funds have been spent.
Funding for public school bus replacement and (diesel particulate filter) retrofit projects has been depleted. If you would like to learn about future LESBP funding opportunities please complete and submit the LESBP Incentive Participation Interest Form below.
Funding is offered through the Mobile Source Incentive Fund on a first-come, first-served basis until all funds have been spent. Applications must be complete to be considered for funding.
Funds are available for the following project types:
The following organizations are eligible for funding:
View the Calendar for upcoming workshops, events, and deadlines.
ARB's Truck and Bus regulation requires existing on-road diesel vehicles including school buses that operate in California to be upgraded to reduce emissions. It is the school bus owner's responsibility to understand the requirements of the ARB regulation and how the regulation affects their fleet. The awarding of a LESBP grant in no way extends any regulatory compliance deadline.
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Last Updated: 6/10/2015