Fund Source Application Contact** Project Types/Eligibility Amount Available Program Description Call For Projects STA Staff Contact Potential Projects
Federal Grants
Nationally Significant Federal Lands and Tribal Projects (NSFLTP) Jeffrey Mann, NSFLTP Program Manager

(202) 366-9494


Tribal and/or Federally Significant Land (on, adjacent to, or providing access to) $300 million; construction cost of at least $25 million, projects with $50+ million will be prioritized. Federal funding to projects of national significance for construction, reconstruction, or rehabilitation of transportation facilities within, adjacent to, or providing access to Federal or Tribal lands. Ongoing. Application Due On First-Come, First-Served Basis


Triana Crighton

(707) 399-3230


Projects involving Travis AFB
The Nationally Significant Freight and Highway Projects (INFRA) Paul Baumer (202) 366-1092


Highway and freight projects of national or regional significance Approximately $855-902.5 million available Eligible INFRA project costs may include: reconstruction, rehabilitation, acquisition of property (including land related to the project and improvements to the land), environmental mitigation, construction contingencies, equipment acquisition, and operational improvements directly related to system performance. Open, closes March 4, 2019. Triana Crighton

(707) 399-3230


Automated Driving System Demonstration Grants


Demonstration projects that test the safe integration of automated driving systems into the Nation’s on-road transportation system. Up to $60 million Goals: Test the safe integration of ADS into the nation’s on-road transportation system. Ensure significant data gathering and sharing of project data with USDOT and the public throughout the project in near real time. Work with innovative State and local governments and private partners to create collaborative environments that harness the collective expertise, ingenuity, and knowledge of multiple stakeholders Open, closes March 21, 2019 Triana Crighton

(707) 399-3230


Regional Grants
Carl Moyer Off-Road Equipment Replacement Program (for Sacramento Metropolitan Area) Gary A. Bailey

Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District

(916) 874-4893


Replace high-polluting off-road equipment Approx.

$10 million, maximum per project is $4.5 million

The Off-Road Equipment Replacement Program (ERP), an extension of the Carl Moyer Program, provides grant funds to replace Tier 0, high-polluting off-road equipment with the cleanest available emission level equipment. Ongoing. Application Due On First-Come, First-Served Basis


Cory Peterson

(707) 399-3214

Air Resources Board (ARB) Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP)* Graciela Garcia


(916) 323-2781

Low/No Carbon Vehicles Up to $7,000 rebate per light-duty vehicle The Zero-Emission and Plug-In Hybrid Light-Duty Vehicle (Clean Vehicle) Rebate Project is intended to encourage and accelerate zero-emission vehicle deployment and technology innovation.  Rebates for clean vehicles are now available through the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) funded by the Air Resources Board (ARB) and implemented statewide by the California Center for Sustainable Energy (CCSE). Application Due On First-Come, First-Served Basis

(Currently applicants are put on waitlist)

Cory Peterson

(707) 399-3214

Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) Hybrid Electric Vehicle Purchase Vouchers (HVIP)* To learn more about how to request a voucher, contact:


Low/No Carbon Engines Approx. $5,000 to $45,000 per qualified request The California Air Resources Board (ARB) created the HVIP to speed the market introduction of low-emitting hybrid trucks and buses. It does this by reducing the cost of these vehicles for truck and bus fleets that purchase and operate the vehicles in the State of California. The HVIP voucher is intended to reduce about half the incremental costs of purchasing hybrid heavy-duty trucks and buses.


Application Due On First-Come, First-Served Basis Brandon Thomson

(707) 399-3234

– FAST Renewable Diesel Bus Purchase
PG&E EV Charge Network 1-877-704-8723

EV Infrastructure Funds infrastructure to support 7,500 chargers in PG&E service area PG&E plans to install 7,500 charging stations across their service area. Most of these will be at employers or multi-unit dwellings. This could be a potential avenue for funding and coordination to bring more EV infrastructure to Solano County. January 2018 – 2020, or funds exhausted Triana Crighton

(707) 399-3230


EV Charging Infrastructure
Clean Fleets Program (from BAAQMD) Mark Tang


Electric Vehicles $5 million Helps to offset the cost to purchase or lease new zero-emission vehicles for fleets that operate within the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. Up to $5 million is available on a first come, first served basis. January 31, 2019 Cory Peterson

(707) 399-3214

Charge! (from BAAQMD) 415-749-4994


EV Infrastructure $5 million The Air District’s Charge! Program offers grant funding to offset the cost of purchasing and installing new publicly available electric vehicle charging stations within the Bay Area. Awarded First-Come, First Serve.


Closes June 30, 2019

Triana Crighton

(707) 399-3230

EV Charging Infrastructure
Statewide Grants
Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program – Round 4 (CA Strategic Growth Council) 916-263-2771


Three eligible project types: Transit Oriented Development Project Area (TOD), Integrated Connectivity Project Area (ICP), or Rural Innovation Project Area (RIPA). $395 million The purpose of the AHSC Program is to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through projects implementing land-use, housing, transportation, and agricultural land preservation practices to support infill and compact development, and supporting related and coordinated public policy objectives. Closes February 11th, 2019 Triana Crighton

(707) 399-3230

Affordable Housing Developments;

Housing-Related Infrastructure; Sustainable Transportation Infrastructure; Transportation-Related Amenities; Program Costs