|State or Federal?|
|Academic Institutions, K-12 School Districts, K-12 Schools, Local Public Agencies, Native American Tribes, Nonprofit Organizations, State Government|
All projects for this program must have been submitted and received a score for the 2017 California Active Transportation Program (ATP).
Eligible entities include: local, regional, and state agencies; transit agencies;federal, tribal, state, or local entities responsible for natural resources or land management; public schools or school districts entities responsible for oversight of transportation or recreational trails.
This program provides funds to support accelerated delivery of projects that were approved for funding from the 2017 Active Transportation Program (ATP). Goals for the program are to:
Reduce greenhouse gas emissions;
Maximize economic, environmental, and public health benefits to the State;
Foster job creation by promoting in‐State greenhouse gas emission reduction projects carried out by California workers and businesses;
Complement efforts to improve air quality;
Direct investment toward the most disadvantaged communities and households in the State;
Provide opportunities for businesses, public agencies, nonprofits, and other community institutions to participate in and benefit from statewide efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions;
Lessen the impacts and effects of climate change on the State’s communities, economy, and environment.
At least 25% of the available proceeds will go to projects that provide benefits to disadvantaged communities; and at least 10% of the available proceeds will go to projects located within disadvantaged communities
|Most Recent/Current Due Date|
|Most Recent RFP Release Date|
|Annual or Multi-Year?|
|Match is not required, but applicants must detail all sources of funds for the project.|
|California Department of Transportation, Clifornia Transportation Commission|
|Total Amount Available for All Grants|
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