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United States Department of Transportation United States Department of Transportation

Fiscal Year 2018 Low or No-Emission (Low-No) Bus Program Projects

Announced August 24, 2018

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StateProject SponsorProject DescriptionFunding Amount
AKAlaska DOTThe Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities will receive funds on behalf of the City and Bureau of Juneau to purchase electric buses and associated charging infrastructure.$1,500,000
ALBirmingham-Jefferson County Transit AuthorityThe Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses and charging stations.$1,500,000
CACalifornia DOTThe California Department of Transportation (CalTrans) will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses and install electrical infrastructure and charging stations for use in Arvin, CA.$2,290,000
COColorado DOTThe Colorado Department of Transportation will receive funds to purchase electric buses and infrastructure for the Eagle County Regional Transportation Authority.$1,300,000
COColorado DOTThe Colorado Department of Transportation will receive funds to purchase electric buses and charging stations for Breckenridge, CO - supporting the "Electric Breck" plan.$1,000,000
COColorado DOTThe Colorado Department of Transportation will receive funds to purchase electric buses and charging stations to replace aging buses in Summit County, CO.$1,200,000
COColorado DOTThe Colorado Department of Transportation will receive funds to purchase electric buses and infrastructure to support service in Estes Park, CO.$403,266
FLBroward County TransitBroward County Transit will receive funds to replace aging buses with battery electric buses and install solar power infrastructure.$2,225,000
FLCity of GainesvilleThe City of Gainesville will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses and charging stations, as well as fleet monitoring and diagnostic tools.$1,000,000
FLPinellas Suncoast Transit AuthorityThe Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority will receive funds to purchase electric buses and install on-route chargers.$1,000,000
GAChatham Area Transit AuthorityThe Chatham Area Transit Authority will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses and install depot chargers.$1,500,000
HIHawaii DOTThe Hawaii Department of Transportation will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses and charging stations to support the Zero Emission Bus Program in rural areas statewide.$1,500,000
IDIdaho DOTThe Idaho Department of Transportation will receive funds on behalf of Mountain Rides Transit to purchase battery electric buses and charging infrastructure.$1,500,000
ILChicago Transit AuthorityThe Chicago Transit Authority will receive funds to purchase electric buses and chargers with on-route charging capabilities.$2,290,000
INIndianapolis Public Transportation CorporationThe Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (IndyGo) will receive funds to purchase solar power infrastructure to support charging capacity for their electric bus fleet.$980,000
KSCity of WichitaThe City of Wichita will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses and depot chargers and make related infrastructure improvements.$2,290,000
KYTransit Authority of LexingtonThe Transit Authority of Lexington (LexTran) will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses, and will sponsor an operational and cost assessment to inform broader electric bus efforts.$2,290,000
LACity of ShreveportThe City of Shreveport (SporTran) will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses.$1,500,000
MAMassachusetts DOTThe Massachusetts Department of Transportation will receive funds on behalf of the Vineyard Transit Authority (VTA) to purchase inductive chargers and receiver pads for VTA's electric bus fleet.$1,750,000
MDMaryland Transit AdministrationThe Maryland Transit Administration will receive funds on behalf of TransIT Service of Frederick County to purchase battery electric buses to replace aging buses that have exceeded their useful life.$1,500,000
MEMaine DOTThe Maine Department of Transportation will receive funds on behalf of the Greater Portland Transit District and ShuttleBus-Zoom to purchase battery electric buses and chargers as well as analysis and training activities.$2,290,000
MIBlue Water Area Transportation CommissionThe Blue Water Area Transportation Commission will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses and chargers.$1,500,000
MNCity of RochesterThe City of Rochester will receive funds to purchase electric buses and charging infrastructure to replace aging vehicles.$2,290,000
MOBi-State Development AgencyThe Bi-State Development Agency (Metro) will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses and infrastructure, including power distribution panels and chargers.$1,500,000
MSCity of JacksonThe City of Jackson will receive funds to purchase hybrid diesel-electric buses to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life.$1,500,000
MTUniversity of MontanaThe University of Montana will receive funds to replace older buses beyond their useful life with battery electric buses, building on the University's UDASH electric fleet and charging infrastructure.$1,500,000
NCCity of GreensboroThe City of Greensboro will receive funds to replace older vehicles with battery electric buses and purchase charging stations.$1,900,000
NCResearch Triangle Regional Public Transportation AuthorityThe Research Triangle Regional Public Transportation Authority (GoTriangle) will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses to replace older vehicles at the end of their useful life.$943,000
NCTown of Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill TransitChapel Hill Transit will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses to replace the oldest vehicles in their fleet.$1,382,000
NHCity of Nashua, Nashua Transit SystemThe Nashua Transit System will receive funds to purchase hybrid-electric buses.$1,105,000
NJNew Jersey Transit CorporationNew Jersey Transit will receive funds to purchase electric buses for routes in the Camden area. The buses will be supported by previously-purchased chargers and infrastructure upgrades.$1,500,000
NMNew Mexico DOTThe New Mexico Department of Transportation will receive funds to purchase electric buses and charging systems on behalf of Atomic City Transit in Los Alamos.$1,485,000
NV/CATahoe Transportation DistrictThe Tahoe Transportation District will receive funds to install bus charging infrastructure and equipment, make facility improvements, and provide training.$1,500,000
NYTompkins CountyTompkins County will receive funds on behalf of Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit to purchase electric buses.$2,290,000
OHLaketranLaketran will receive funds to purchase electric buses and charging systems to help replace buses that have surpassed their useful life.$2,290,000
OKCherokee NationThe Cherokee Nation will receive funds to purchase electric buses and chargers.$1,318,600
ORTri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of OregonThe Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon (TriMet) will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses and charging equipment.$2,290,000
PASoutheastern Pennsylvania Transportation AuthorityThe Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses and associated charging equipment.$1,500,000
RIRhode Island Public Transit AuthorityThe Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses and charging equipment, as well as technical support and workforce development.$1,500,000
SCBerkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of GovernmentsThe Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments will receive funds to purchase electric buses.$1,500,000
TNChattanooga Regional Transportation AuthorityThe Chattanooga Regional Transportation Authority (CARTA) will receive funds to purchase electric coaches, helping replace vehicles that have exceeded their useful life.$1,500,000
TXCity of Port ArthurThe City of Port Arthur will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses and charging equipment, as well as for operator and maintenance training.$2,225,000
TXVIA Metropolitan TransitVIA Metropolitan Transit will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses.$2,000,000
UTUtah DOTThe Utah Department of Transportation will receive funds on behalf of Park City Transit to purchase battery electric vehicles and chargers.$2,290,000
VATransportation District Commission of Hampton RoadsThe Transportation District Commission of Hampton Roads (Hampton Roads Transit) will receive funds to purchase electric buses and chargers as well as for needed retrofits to their maintenance facility.$2,290,000
VTVermont Agency of TransportationThe Vermont Agency of Transportation will receive funds on behalf of Green Mountain Transit in Montpelier to purchase electric minibuses.$407,064
WAWashington DOTThe Washington Department of Transportation will receive funds on behalf of Grant Transit Authority to purchase electric buses and chargers.$1,330,060
WAWhatcom Transportation AuthorityWhatcom Transportation Authority will receive funds to purchase electric buses and charging facilities.$2,290,000
WICity of La CrosseThe City of La Crosse will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses and charging equipment.$1,250,000
WIWisconsin DOTThe Wisconsin Department of Transportation will receive funds on behalf of the City of Merrill to purchase electric buses and charging infrastructure, including electrical upgrades.$1,475,000
WIWisconsin DOTThe Wisconsin Department of Transportation will receive funds to purchase and deploy electric buses in rural fleets statewide, and will also facilitate charging infrastructure and electrical upgrades.$1,500,000
WY/IDWyoming DOTThe Wyoming Department of Transportation will receive funds on behalf of Southern Teton Area Rapid Transit (START) to purchase electric vehicles and charging station equipment.$2,290,000

Total:
$84,448,990

Last updated: Friday, August 24, 2018