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24 CA communities get $1.15M to study gaps in equitable transportation

Twenty-four California nonprofits, local governments, transit agencies, and Native American tribes in under-resourced communities were awarded up to $50,000 each by the Clean Mobility Options Voucher Pilot Program (CMO) to conduct “Community Transportation Needs Assessments” that will help them to identify—and eventually to address—transportation challenges faced by residents in their communities.

Across California, and especially in low-income communities and communities of color, people spend too much time and money getting from home to work, or just to do daily errands/ The Clean Mobility Options Program elevates the role communities play, and allows them to lead the way in addressing their particular transportation issues — and ultimately finding solutions that work for them.

—CARB Deputy Executive Officer Steve Cliff

The total amount of funds awarded for Community Transportation Needs Assessments is $1.15 million: $1 million was awarded to eligible disadvantaged communities with $150,000 set aside and awarded specifically to Native American tribes.

Clean mobility options designed by and for under-resourced communities will save residents money and improve public health.


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