How to Access State Funding for Bike Share and Micromobility for Your Community
Join us for a free webinar on Tuesday October 8, at 10:00 a.m.
Are you working on bringing bike-share or scooter-share to your disadvantaged or low-income community? Can your community benefit from micromobility services but hasn’t seen any investment yet? You may be eligible for funding from the $20 million Clean Mobility Options for Disadvantaged Communities program, a program of the California Air Resources Board that supports these options as well as electric car-share and electric vanpool services. The program’s administrator, CALSTART, will start accepting applications in early 2020. Funding is first-come, first-serve, and applications submitted would need to meet minimum criteria to qualify.
Join us for a free webinar presentation to learn how you can bring bike-share and micromobility to your community. The webinar will be presented by Margarita Parra, Clean Mobility Equity Project Lead for GRID Alternatives. GRID is part of the Clean Mobility Options for Disadvantaged Communities Program administrator team that also includes CALSTART, Shared Use Mobility Center, and Local Government Commission.
Click here to register for this free webinar on Tuesday, October 8 at 10:00 am.