Drive clean and save! California residents get up to $7,000 for the purchase or lease of a new, eligible zero-emission or plug-in hybrid light-duty vehicle.
Get paid to turn in your working older car or small truck for scrapping. This program reduces air pollution in the Bay Area by taking older vehicles off the road. The Vehicle Buy Back Program will pay Bay Area residents $1,000 to turn in their operable, registered, 1994 or older vehicle for scrapping.
Funds are available for the following project types: Locomotive replacement - replace an old locomotive with the cleanest available locomotive, engine replacement (repower) - replace an old engine with a new, emission-certified engine, engine retrofit - install an emission control or idle-limiting device remanufacture kit - install an engine remanufacture kit that reduces engine emissions, head end power unit replacement - replace the locomotive head end power unit with the cleanest available engine.
Upgrade or replace diesel-powered marine engines with funding from the Carl Moyer Program. This program aims to cut air pollution from heavy-duty diesel engines in California. Funds are available for the following project types: Engine replacement (repower) - replace a vessel’s engine with a newer, lower-emission-certified engine; Remanufacture kit - install an engine remanufacture kit that reduces the engine’s emissions; Engine retrofit - install an ARB-verified diesel emission control strategy device.
The Air District is currently accepting applications for public school bus projects. Funding is offered on a first-come, first-served basis until all funds have been spent.
The Antelope Valley Air Quality Management District's (AVAQMD) Alternative Fuel Vehicle Incentive Program has realized tremendous growth in the past few years. Emissions from vehicles are the largest contributor to locally generated air pollution in the Antelope Valley. The AVAQMD's Governing Board has made it a priority to provide local residents various opportunities to convert from their existing, higher emitting vehicles to newer, cleaner vehicles.
The Charge Up! Program provides incentives for the purchase of new, publically accessible, eligible Level 2 EV chargers. Publically accessible EV chargers must be available and opened to the public for a minimum of 30 hours per week during hours that would be reasonably used by the public. These chargers must be available for public use during times in which public parking is allowed at the site of the EV chargers.
Details: Solicitation of Project Proposals: Public Transportation on Indian Reservations Program; Tribal Transit Program. Synopses and full announcement are posted on Grants.gov as opportunity FTA-2017-002-TPM. Proposals must be submitted electronically through Grants.gov by midnight Eastern Time on March 20, 2017. Summary: The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announces the availability of approximately $5 million in funding provided by the Public Transportation on Indian Reservations Program (Tribal Transit Program (TTP)), as authorized by 49 U.S.C.
The national SBTRC program utilizes Cooperative Agreements with chambers of commerce, trade associations, educational institutions and business-centered community based organizations to establish SBTRCs to provide business training, technical assistance and information to DOT grantees and recipients, prime contractors and subcontractors. In order to be effective and serve their target audience, the SBTRCs must be active in the local transportation community in order to identify and communicate opportunities and provide the required technical assistance.