On May 31, the Air District is moving to the Bay Area Metro Center at 375 Beale Street, Suite 600, San Francisco, CA 94105.
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Businesses and Fleets
Charge (Public & Business)
Charge Fast (Public & Business)
Light Duty EVs (Public & Business)
Heavy-Duty ZEV Program (Public & Business)
Hydrogen Stations (Public & Business)
School Buses (Public & Business)
Off Road Vehicles
Marine Vessels and Equipment
Regional Bicycle Share Pilot Project
Lawn and Garden
Goods Movement Program
Goods Movement Trucks
Voucher Incentive Program
Bikeways Roads Lanes Paths
Bicycle Rack Voucher Program
Electronic Bicycle Lockers
Shuttles and Rideshare
Light Duty PEV Program (Public & Business)
Heavy Duty PEV Program (Public & Business)
County Program Manager Fund
EV Charger Demonstration
Community Grants Program
2016 Community Grant Awards
Lawn Mower Exchange
Vehicle BuyBack Program
Wood Smoke Reduction Incentive Program
Carl Moyer Program
Learn about funding for public agencies to help expand the availability of secure bicycle parking in the Bay Area.
This program aims to reduce air pollution in the Bay Area by supporting clean, alternative modes of transportation.
Applications are currently being accepted and funding for eligible projects is available on a first-come, first-served basis, through 4:00PM on Wednesday, June 22, 2016 (all paper applications must be postmarked by this date), or until all funds have been spent.
For FYE 2016, $3.84 million in Transportation Fund for Clean Air (TFCA) funds are available for Bicycle Facility projects including approximately $840,000 for bicycle parking and $3 million for bikeways. Last fiscal year, nearly $637,000 in TFCA funds were awarded to support the installation of new secure bicycle parking, which resulted in the installation of 2,200 bicycle rack parking spaces and 220 electronic lockers.
Only public agencies and institutions that are proposing projects in the Air District’s jurisdiction can apply for funds. Non-public entities are encouraged to visit the webpages that provide information about eligible grant opportunities for Businesses & Fleets and Residents.
Four pre-application webinars have been held to cover program requirements, the application process, and the application evaluation criteria.
The most recent webinar presentation has been posted under the Resources section below.
Based on demand, additional webinars may be scheduled in the future. A notice about additional pre-application webinars will be sent via email to parties that have signed up to receive free TFCA email alerts.
Air Quality Technician II, Strategic Incentives
No Spare the Air Alert in Effect
Air Quality Widgets