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Learn more about the TFCA Regional Fund and explore funding opportunities for clean air vehicles and trip reduction projects.
Sixty percent (60%) of Transportation Fund for Clean Air funds are awarded to the TFCA Regional Fund and to Air District sponsored programs.
The Air District is currently seeking public comments on the draft revisions to the TFCA Regional Fund Policies and Evaluation Criteria for Fiscal Year Ending (FYE) 2017(380 Kb PDF, 8 pgs). Based on stakeholder input, a final draft of these Policies and Evaluation Criteria will be developed for consideration by the Air District’s Board of Directors in the spring of 2016.
Both a clean version and a redline version of the draft policies and evaluation criteria are available below, under the Resources Section.
The deadline for receiving comments is Friday, March 11, 2016, by 4:00PM.
Comments may be sent to:
Strategic Incentives Division
Bay Area Air Quality Management District
375 Beale St., Suite 600
San Francisco, CA 94105
Please use the subject line, “Draft FYE 2017 TFCA Regional Fund.”
Funds are available for the following project types:
All municipalities, government agencies, and public educational institutions located within the boundaries of the Air District’s jurisdiction are eligible to apply for funding. Non-public entities are eligible for funding for clean air vehicles and alternative fuel infrastructure.
Funding must be used to reduce emissions from eligible on-road mobile sources.
Visit the TFCA project webpages below for information about the application process:
Two public workshops were held via webinar on the dates listed below.
These webinars discussed the proposed updates to the TFCA Policies and Evaluation Criteria for FYE 2017. A copy of the webinar presentation can be found in the Resources section below.
View the Calendar for upcoming workshops, events, and deadlines.
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Last Updated: 5/20/2015