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Fiscal Year 2019 Low or No-Emission (Low-No) Bus Program Projects

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StateProject SponsorProject DescriptionFunding Amount
AKCity and Borough of Juneau (Capital Transit)The City and Borough of Juneau will receive funds to purchase new electric buses to replace aging diesel buses, associated charging infrastructure, and a back up generator.$2,600,000
ALAlabama A&M UniversityAlabama A&M University will receive funds to replace diesel buses that have reached the end of useful life with zero-emission electric buses, including all related electrical charging station infrastructure.$1,700,000
AZCity of TucsonThe City of Tucson will receive funds to purchase electric buses with dedicated charging stations and provide maintenance and first responder training for the new technology.$2,600,000
CASouthern California Association of GovernmentsThe Anaheim Transportation Network will receive funds to purchase advanced battery-electric buses.$2,000,000
CORegional Transportation DistrictThe Denver Regional Transit District will receive funds for electric vehicles, charging stations, and infrastructure upgrades.$2,600,000
DCDistrict Department of TransportationThe District Department of Transportation will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses, which will replace diesel vehicles that are reaching the end of their useful life.$2,600,000
DEDelaware Transit CorporationThe Delaware Transit Corporation will receive funds to purchase of battery electric buses with supporting equipment and infrastructure to replace diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life.$2,600,000
FLCentral Florida Regional Transportation Authority (LYNX)LYNX will receive funds for battery electric buses for the Downtown Orlando Circulator.$1,961,233
GAMetropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit AuthorityThe Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses, plug-in chargers, and one on-route/opportunity charger to replace diesel buses that have far exceeded their useful lives.$2,600,000
IAAmes Transit Agency (CyRide)CyRide will receive funds for a deployment of battery electric buses to replace diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life, as well as battery chargers/dispensers and facility modifications to support this technology.$1,660,180
IDValley Regional TransitValley Regional Transit will receive funds to purchase battery-electric buses and charging stations as well as training of personnel.$3,000,000
ILGreater Peoria Mass Transit DistrictThe Greater Peoria Mass Transit District will receive funds to purchase electric vehicles to replace vehicles at the end of their useful life.$2,320,000
INBloomington Public Transportation CorporationThe Bloomington Public Transportation Corporation will receive funds to purchase one battery electric bus along with an electric charging station and workforce training.$284,759
KSTopeka Metropolitan Transit AuthorityTopeka Metro will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses and chargers to replace diesel buses that will exceed useful life.$1,737,825
KYTransit Authority of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government (Lextran)Lextran will receive funds toward the design and construction of a covered storage area and the incremental cost of additional zero emission vehicles.$2,200,000
LACapital Area Transit SystemThe Capital Area Transit System will receive funds to purchase electric buses for Bus Rapid Transit fleet expansion and agency transition to electric vehicles.$2,500,000
MAMassachusetts Department of TransportationThe Massachusetts Department of Transportation will receive funds to purchase electric buses and install charging infrastructure.$2,200,000
MDPrince George's CountyPrince George's County will receive funds to purchase electric buses and chargers.$2,200,000
MISuburban Mobility Authority for Regional TransportationSMART and the Detroit Department of Transportation will receive funds to purchase electric buses and charging units.$2,600,000
MNMetro TransitMetro Transit will receive funds for the design and construction of indoor overhead quick chargers as well as a solar power supply and a battery storage system.$2,500,000
MOCity Utilities of Springfield, MissouriCity Utilities will receive funds to purchase of battery electric buses to replace diesel buses that will have exceeded useful life, as well as charging stations and workforce development.$1,496,329
MSCoast Transit AuthorityCoast Transit will receive funds to purchase electric vehicles and support job training.$744,000
NCCity of Raleigh (GoRaleigh)GoRaleigh will receive funds to purchase electric buses and chargers.$1,650,000
NECity of Lincoln (StarTran)StarTran will receive funds to purchase electric buses with charging stations, a transformer, and to provide staff training.$2,647,671
NMCity of AlbuquerqueThe City of Albuquerque will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life, along with depot chargers and installation.$2,786,875
NVTahoe Transportation DistrictThe Tahoe Transportation District will receive funds for the purchase and installation of vehicles, charging infrastructure, and maintenance facility upgrades.$2,125,000
NYNiagara Frontier Transportation AuthorityThe Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority will receive funds to upgrade its Cold Spring Bus Maintenance Facility with the infrastructure needed to charge zero-emission battery-powered electric buses as they begin to be introduced into the Metro Bus fleet.$2,500,000
OHCentral Ohio Transit AuthorityThe Central Ohio Transit Authority will receive funds to purchase electric vehicles and infrastructure to replace buses at the end of their useful life.$2,600,000
OKMetropolitan Tulsa Transit AuthorityThe Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority will receive funds to purchase electric buses and charging infrastructure.$2,991,000
ORTri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of OregonTriMet will receive funds to purchase zero-emission battery electric buses in lieu of purchasing replacement diesel buses.$2,088,579
PAPort Authority of Allegheny CountyThe Port Authority of Allegheny County will receive funds to purchase battery electric buses as well as pay for associated tools and training of maintenance staff and drivers.$1,912,000
SCCity of Rock HillThe City of Rock Hill will receive funds to purchase electric buses and associated infrastructure.$2,245,935
TNChattanooga Area Regional Transportation AuthorityThe Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority will receive funds for all-electric transit coaches for use in fixed-route service to replace an equivalent number of vehicles that have exceeded their useful lives.$2,200,000
TXCapital Metropolitan Transportation AuthorityCapital Metro will receive funds for battery electric buses to expand their electric bus fleet and evaluate the performance and interoperability of various technology providers and platforms.$2,600,000
UTCity of St George (SunTran)SunTran will receive funds to purchase buses and chargers on the St George to Springdale route, including overnight chargers and on-route chargers at each terminus.$3,000,000
VTVermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans)VTrans will receive funds to purchase all-electric buses, associated charging equipment, and facility upgrades to support electric charging equipment for Advance Transit.$3,000,000
WAKing County MetroKing County Metro will receive funds to purchase electric vehicles to replaces buses at the end of their useful life.$2,200,000
WIMilwaukee CountyMilwaukee County will receive funds to purchase battery-electric buses to replace diesel buses purchased near the end of their useful life.$1,700,000

Total:
$84,951,386

Last updated: Tuesday, March 17, 2020