County Program Manager Fund

The TFCA County Program Manager Fund is a voluntary program that reduces emissions by funding alternative-fuel and trip-reduction projects.

Program Summary

Funded by the Transportation Fund for Clean Air, the County Program Manager program is offered through each county’s Congestion Management Agency. Projects are funded on a first-come, first-served basis until all funds have been spent. Interested applicants should reach out to their county’s Congestion Management Agency to learn about the program and applying.

How to Apply

Apply directly through your county’s Congestion Management Agency program manager:

  • Alameda: 
  • Contra Costa: 
  • Marin: 
  • Napa: 
  • Santa Clara: 
  • San Francisco: 
  • San Mateo: 
  • Solano:  
  • Sonoma: 

Eligible Project Types

Funds are available for the following project types:

  • Ridesharing: includes shuttle, vanpool, carpool, transit, rail-bus, and smart growth projects
  • Clean air vehicles and infrastructure: includes alternative fuel and plug-in hybrid-electric vehicles, scrapping old vehicles, and alternative fuel infrastructure
  • Bicycles: includes bicycle paths/lanes/routes and lockers and racks
  • Infrastructure Improvement for Trip Reduction: includes traffic-calming and pedestrian improvements

Additional project eligibility information is available in the Expenditure Plan Guidance.


Public agencies in the Air District’s jurisdiction can apply for funds. Non-public entities may be eligible for funds for certain clean air vehicle projects. The Guidance Document below provides additional requirements and details on project eligibility.


County Program Manager Fund Expenditure Plan Guidance:

Reporting Forms:

Audit Report:


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Last Updated: 9/21/2022