Clean Mobility in Schools Project
What does it fund?
Scalable clean transportation and mobility strategies, including zero-emission vehicles, equipment, and infrastructure in schools (K – 12); active and alternative modes of clean transportation; workforce training and curriculum development; and outreach to students, parents, and the community.
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Who is eligible for funds?
California public school districts and county offices of education that operate at least one school serving students within the K-12 grade level. In addition, at least one school site must be located within a disadvantaged community boundary.
Are there recent policy changes?
How does this program provide benefits to priority populations?
At least one school site must be located within a disadvantaged community boundary.
How do I access funds?
Eligible entities may apply through a competitive Request for Applications.
Cumulative Outcomes as of June 2023
- $49.4 million allocated
- $34.2 million encumbered
- $34.2 million benefitting priority populations*
- 4 projects implemented, 76 vehicles or equipment
- 15,000 MTCO2e GHG reductions*
- 195,887 pounds of NOₓ reductions*
- 14,390 pounds of ROG/HC reductions*
- 4,967 pounds of PM2.5 reductions*
*Values based on the portion of the projects funded through California Climate Investments.
- Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund
Last updated: February 2023