Clean Mobility in Schools Projects in Action
$24.6 million was awarded to three grantees with FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Low Carbon Transportation Incentives. An additional $9.8 million was allocated to include one additional grantee with FY 2021-22 Low Carbon Transportation Incentives.
Located in El Monte, Sacramento, San Diego, and Stockton, each school district was impressively able to identify solutions to the unforeseen challenges COVID-19 required just as the projects prepared to launch in May 2020. Each project features strong relationships with local utility providers, project management partners, technology vendors, and dependable and innovative district staff working together to create a sustainable, impactful model for future scholars and leaders.
CMIS grantees are collecting data from vehicles, charging hardware, utility bills and investment strategies, as well as qualitative research on participation rates and opinions through user surveys and tally sheets. Data collection efforts include both one-time collection of information (e.g., specifications) and ongoing data streams (e.g. performance data) of both vehicles and equipment. View Project Map
Clean Mobility in Schools Pilot Projects
|Getting Stockton to Zero Emissions: Clean Air for Our Community
Stockton Unified School District
San Joaquin County
|Lincoln High School Clean Mobility in Schools Pilot
San Diego Unified School District
San Diego County
El Monte Union High School District
Los Angeles County
|California Capital Pilot Project:
Showcasing Zero-Emission Mobility in Schools
|Twin Rivers Unified School District