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FY22 FTA Bus and Low- and No-Emission Grant Awards

FTA’s FY22 Low- and No-Emission and Bus and Bus Facilities programs will provide $1.66 billion in grants to transit agencies, territories and states across the country to invest in bus fleets and facilities. Funded by the President’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the majority of funded projects will use zero-emissions technology, which reduces air pollution and helps meet the President’s goal of net-zero emissions by 2050.

State Project Sponsor Funding Bus/Low-No Description
AK Ketchikan Gateway Borough, The Bus $4,285,436 Low or No Emission The Ketchikan Gateway Borough will receive funding to buy electric buses and charging equipment. The new buses will help improve service and reliability and, by improving air quality, advance environmental justice in the Ketchikan community in Southeast Alaska.
AK Gulkana Village Council $4,207,093 Buses and Bus Facilities The Gulkana Village Council, on behalf of Soaring Eagle Transit, will receive funding to build a multi-purpose operations and maintenance facility. The facility, which will be GVC's first bus shelter, will include a warming shelter for riders, administrative and operations offices, and maintenance bays, all of which will help maintain the fleet in a state of good repair and improve service for residents in the Copper Valley.
AK Fairbanks North Star Borough $2,494,728 Low or No Emission The Fairbanks North Star Borough, located in central Alaska, will receive funding to buy CNG transit buses and CNG paratransit vans for the agency's fixed-route and on-demand transit system. The new vehicles will improve the safety and reliability of transit service for residents in Fairbanks and North Pole.
AK Alaska DOT on behalf of City and Borough of Juneau, Capital Transit $2,264,000 Buses and Bus Facilities The City of Juneau will receive funding to rehabilitate and modernize its vehicle storage and maintenance facility. This project will allow Capital Transit to ensure a state of good repair for its fleet and enable the transit system to continue to provide safe and reliable transit service for residents throughout Juneau.
AK Metlakatla Indian Community $402,257 Buses and Bus Facilities The Metlakatla Indian Community will receive funding to buy a battery electric bus and charging equipment to initiate fixed-route transit service that connects Metlakatla residents to the Annette Islands Ferry Terminal on the Annette Islands Reserve. This project will improve air quality as well as safety and reliability for riders.
AL Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority $13,654,636 Low or No Emission The Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority will receive funding to buy compressed natural gas buses and a CNG fueling station. This project and the new vehicles will improve the safety and reliability of transit service for residents in Jefferson County, Alabama.
AL The Board of Trustees of The University of Alabama $7,890,065 Low or No Emission The University of Alabama will receive funding to replace diesel buses with new electric buses, buy charging equipment train maintenance workers to support the new electric bus fleet. The project will ensure continued service reliability, maintain a state of good repair and, by improving air quality, advance environmental justice in the Tuscaloosa community.
AR City of Jonesboro, Arkansas $878,584 Low or No Emission The City of Jonesboro will receive funding to buy hybrid buses. The buses will replace older diesel buses and help improve air quality for riders throughout the city.
AZ City of Phoenix Public Transit Department $16,362,600 Low or No Emission The City of Phoenix Public Transportation Department will receive funding to buy hydrogen fuel cell buses, battery electric buses and charging equipment as well as worker training as part of the initial phase of the city's zero-emission transition plan. This project will improve service reliability and air quality throughout the city.
AZ City of Tucson, Sun Tran/ Sun Van $12,112,400 Low or No Emission The City of Tucson will receive funding to buy battery electric buses and charging equipment for fixed-route and regional paratransit services, connecting Tucson to the Sabino Canyon Recreation Area of the Coronado National Forest. The project will reduce emissions and improve air quality in Tucson metro region.
CA Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority ('Metro') $104,160,000 Low or No Emission The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority will receive funding to buy new battery-electric buses and charging equipment to replace older compressed natural gas buses that have exceeded their useful life. The project supports LA Metro's goal to transition its fleet to zero emissions by 2030.
CA Fresno, City of $17,367,042 Low or No Emission The City of Fresno will receive funding to buy compressed natural gas replacement buses. This project will help improve service reliability and air quality in the Central Valley.
CA Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) $15,588,800 Buses and Bus Facilities The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority will receive funding to buy battery electric buses and charging equipment at a key multi-modal transit hub. By diversifying power sources, the agency will improve resiliency and better maintain its fleet in a state of good repair.
CA Gold Coast Transit District $12,117,144 Low or No Emission The Gold Coast Transit District will receive funding to buy hydrogen fuel cell electric buses to replace older compressed natural gas buses that have exceeded their useful life, install a new hydrogen fueling station, and upgrade its maintenance facility. The project will improve service reliability, state of good repair and air quality for residents living in and around Ventura on California's South Central Coast.
CA City of Fairfield $12,016,400 Buses and Bus Facilities The City of Fairfield will receive funding to buy zero emission battery-electric transit buses, charging equipment and upgrade its maintenance facility to support the operation of battery electric buses. This project will improve the safety and reliability of transit service and improve air quality for residents living in Fairfield and Suisun City.
CA City of Roseville $11,617,236 Low or No Emission The City of Roseville will receive funding to buy electric buses and charging equipment to replace older diesel and gas-powered buses. This project will improve safety, air quality and service for residents living in the small urbanized city located in Placer County in the Sacramento Valley.
CA Omnitrans $9,342,502 Low or No Emission Omnitrans, the public transit agency serving the San Bernardino Valley, California, will receive funding to buy new fuel cell electric buses, build a hydrogen refueling station, and launch a comprehensive workforce development program, including training and a new apprenticeship program in partnership with San Bernardino Valley College. This project will improve service and reliability while improving air quality for ridership that depends on transit for connections to work, school, medical appointments and other opportunities.
CA City of Union City - Union City Transit $9,342,346 Low or No Emission The City of Union City will receive funding to buy zero-emission battery electric buses and charging equipment to replace older buses that have reached their useful life. The project will improve air quality, safety and the reliability of transit for residents living in Union City near the San Francisco Bay.
CA SunLine Transit Agency $7,819,257 Low or No Emission SunLine Transit Agency will receive funding to buy hydrogen fuel cell buses and upgrade a liquid hydrogen refueling station, supporting SunLine's transition to a zero-emission fleet and making hydrogen fueling available to other agencies in the region.
CA SunLine Transit Agency $7,146,793 Low or No Emission SunLine Transit Agency will receive funding to purchase battery electric buses and charging stations, reducing emissions and pollution in the Coachella Valley.
CA City of Santa Maria $6,664,318 Low or No Emission The City of Santa Maria will receive funding to buy electric buses to replace older diesel buses that have reached their useful life. The buses will improve air quality, safety, reliability and state of good repair for residents living in the most populous city in Santa Barbara County.
CA Napa Valley Transportation Authority $6,341,892 Low or No Emission The Napa Valley Transportation Authority will receive funding to buy zero-emission battery electric buses and charging stations to be installed at its new bus maintenance facility. This project will will improve service reliability and air quality for residents and visitors in Napa County.
CA Riverside Transit Agency $5,153,594 Low or No Emission The Riverside Transit Agency in southern California will receive funding to buy hydrogen fuel cell powered electric buses and provide training for drivers and mechanics. The buses will replace buses that have exceeded their useful life and help the agency transition to a zero-emission bus fleet.
CA San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) $3,994,277 Low or No Emission San Joaquin RTD will receive funding to buy hybrid electric buses to expand service frequency in Stockton, including in areas that suffer from higher levels of air pollution.
CA Orange County Transportation Authority $2,507,895 Low or No Emission OCTA will receive funding to purchase zero-emission buses to improve air quality and paratransit service for riders with disabilities.
CA City of Gardena $2,215,647 Low or No Emission The City of Gardena will receive funding to buy zero-emission battery electric buses to replace older buses that have reached their useful life. This project will improve service reliability and maintain a state of good repair for the fleet.
CA Riverside Transit Agency $1,594,364 Buses and Bus Facilities The Riverside Transit Agency in southern California will receive funding to buy solar panels to install at bus facilities and train workers in using and maintaining zero-emission buses. The solar panels will help power the facilities, providing a clean, renewable source of energy, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving air quality and health in the region.
CA Yurok Tribe $1,280,000 Buses and Bus Facilities The Yurok Tribe will receive funding to build a bus facility with a charging station and buy state-of-the-art dispatch and real-time arrival software. The project will create jobs and support the planned integration of no-emission electric buses and new transit routes and allow the Tribe to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions while expanding access to healthcare, schools, jobs, and services for the most populous federally recognized Tribe in California.
CA California DOT on behalf of Redwood Coast Transit Authoriy $296,000 Buses and Bus Facilities The Redwood Coast Transit Authority will receive funding to replace older vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The new vehicles will improve the safety and reliability of transit service for residents in Del Norte County.
CO State of Colorado, Department of Transportation $34,765,737 Buses and Bus Facilities The Colorado Department of Transportation, on behalf of Summit Stage, a rural transit agency serving Summit, Park and Lake counties, will receive funding to build a new charging and operation bus facility, which will include 100% electrification, fleet storage, and electric vehicle charging. The new facility will replace Summit Stage's current aging facility.
CO State of Colorado, Department of Transportation $5,721,272 Buses and Bus Facilities Roaring Fork Transportation Authority will receive funding to buy buses to replace ones that have exceeded their useful life. The largest rural transit agency in the nation, RFTA will replace aging diesel buses and save as many as 121,000 pounds of greenhouse gases annually by purchasing CNG buses and modern diesel buses.
CO Mesa County $2,844,274 Low or No Emission Mesa County on behalf of Grand Valley Transit will receive funding to build a new bus maintenance facility. The new building will allow GVT to hire additional mechanics and better maintain its fleet, which is serving growing demand for transit in and around Grand Junction, improving the state of good repairs and improving service.
CO State of Colorado, Department of Transportation $2,568,000 Buses and Bus Facilities The Colorado Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of San Miguel Authority for Regional Transportation in southwest Colorado to buy buses to replace existing vehicles that have exceeded their useful life and expand service throughout the region. The project will enable the agency to improve its reliability and attract new riders to take transit to higher-paying jobs in Telluride and Mountain Village.
CO State of Colorado, Department of Transportation $2,353,400 Low or No Emission The Colorado Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of Steamboat Springs Transit in Northwest Colorado to replace aging diesel buses with cleaner hybrid buses and upgrade a commuter coach. The project will help improve reliability for transit users, including those who travel to jobs in Steamboat Springs.
CO Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) $1,814,882 Buses and Bus Facilities The Colorado Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of the town of Vail to buy battery electric buses and charging equipment. The new buses will further the town's goal to transition its fleet to 100% zero emission vehicles by 2032 which, along with a commitment to use 100% of its energy from renewable sources, will greatly reduce its carbon footprint.
CO Mesa County $1,056,984 Low or No Emission Mesa County on behalf of Grand Valley Transit will receive funding to buy compressed natural gas buses to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life and expand its fleet, which is serving growing demand for transit in and around Grand Junction.
CT Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) $20,394,000 Buses and Bus Facilities The Connecticut Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of the Connecticut Southeast Area Transit District to rehabilitate its Preston transit facility, buy battery electric buses and launch a training program to help staff operate and maintain zero-emission buses. The agency has committed to a 100% zero-emission fleet and plans to create new jobs through construction and charger installation.
DC District Department of Transportation $9,590,000 Low or No Emission The Washington, D.C. District Department of Transportation will receive funding to buy battery electric buses to replace diesel vehicles and increase the size of the DC Circulator fleet. This will enhance access to transit and facilitate environmental justice by improving air quality—particularly for minority/low-income residents—as part of programs to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by 60 percent by 2032.
DE Delaware Transit Corporation $11,000,000 Buses and Bus Facilities The Delaware Transit Corporation will receive funding to install overhead charging stations, a large charger that would contain individual chargers, and a hydrogen fueling station, all of which will support the purchase of an estimated battery-electric buses and hydrogen-fuel-cell electric buses.
FL Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority d/b/a LYNX $16,132,025 Low or No Emission The Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority will receive funding to buy battery electric buses, electric cutaways, and charging equipment to replace diesel and gas vehicles that have reached their useful life. The new electric vehicles will reduce carbon emissions and support LYNX's plans to transition its fleet to low or zero-emission vehicles by 2028.
FL Jacksonville Transportation Authority $15,417,310 Low or No Emission The Jacksonville Transportation Authority will receive funding to buy compressed natural gas buses and charging equipment for six battery electric buses. The buses will replace older diesel buses, helping reduce emissions and improve service reliability for riders in and around Jacksonville.
FL Florida Department of Transportation $6,478,370 Low or No Emission The Florida Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of LYNX to buy as many as 10 compressed natural gas buses to replace diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life. The project will reduce emissions and improve service reliability for historically disadvantaged rural communities in Orance, Osceola, and Seminole counties.
FL Lee County Board of County Commissioners $3,863,430 Low or No Emission The Lee County Transit Department will receive funding for its LeeTran transit agency to buy battery electric buses to replace diesel hybrid buses that have reached their useful life. These new clean, quiet, and modern vehicles will help eliminate emissions and improve air quality along routes serving high concentrations of minority and low income populations.
GA Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) $19,302,650 Low or No Emission The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority will receive funding to purchase new battery electric buses and charging equipment to replace older CNG buses that have surpassed their useful life. The project will improve air quality in the Atlanta area and bolster the transit workforce by supporting a 2-year apprenticeship program and collaborations with local technical colleges.
GA Augusta Richmond County $6,271,325 Low or No Emission Augusta Transit will receive funding to buy and deploy battery electric buses and charging equipment to replace aging diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life. This project will improve service reliability and the rider experience and help Augusta Transit meet its Climate Action Plan goals.
GA Chatham Area Transit Authority $5,451,844 Low or No Emission Chatham Area Transit will receive funding to buy and deploy battery electric buses as well as depot and on-route fast chargers. The project will support CAT's Grow Green Initiative by replacing older diesel vehicles, helping reduce maintenance costs and provide better service while reducing the agency's carbon footprint.
HI Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) $23,186,682 Low or No Emission The Hawaii Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of Hawaii, Kauai, and Maui counties to buy a mix of zero-emission buses, battery electric buses, and fuel cell electric buses. The new vehicles will replace diesel buses and three retrofitted hydrogen fuel cell cutaways that have exceeded their useful life.
HI Honolulu Department of Transportation Services $20,000,000 Low or No Emission The Honolulu Department of Transportation Services will receive funding to buy battery electric buses. The new vehicles will advance the transition from diesel fuel buses to battery electric buses, support Honolulu's climate goals, advance workforce training, and provide rides in historically disadvantaged communities.
HI Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) $12,000,000 Buses and Bus Facilities The Hawaii Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of Hawaii, Kauai and Maui counties to undertake bus stop and facility improvements, including installing equipment to help transition its fleet to electric buses by 2035.
IA Iowa Department of Transportation (IADOT) $15,844,561 Buses and Bus Facilities The Iowa Department of Transportation will receive funding for urban and rural transit agencies to buy battery electric buses and charging equipment. The project will also support the construction of transit facilities and workforce development activities. The project will reduce operating costs and emissions while improving transit service in communities across Iowa.
IA Iowa Department of Transportation $12,000,000 Buses and Bus Facilities The Iowa Department of Transportation will receive funding to buy new buses, cutaways, and vans, replacing older vehicles for 26 of Iowa's transit systems. The project will improve transit system conditions and service reliability and lower maintenance costs for providers across the state.
IA City of Davenport, Iowa $4,874,993 Low or No Emission The City of Davenport will receive funding to buy battery electric buses and charging equipment to replace older diesel vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The clean and quiet zero-emission vehicles will serve routes with the highest ridership and reduce the city's carbon output by using renewable energy to charge its vehicles.
ID Valley Regional Transit $17,386,450 Low or No Emission Valley Regional Transit in Boise will receive funding to buy battery electric vehicles and chargers, replacing buses that have exceeded their useful life. The project includes workforce development and will improve transit in one of the region's fastest-growing areas.
ID Transportation, Idaho Department $384,000 Buses and Bus Facilities The Idaho Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of Mountain Rides in Blaine County to buy commuter vans. The project will improve commuter and non-emergency medical transportation services in a primarily rural area.
IL Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) $28,836,080 Buses and Bus Facilities The Chicago Transit Authority will receive funding to buy electric buses and modernize electrical, communications, and safety systems at the Chicago bus garage as part of their efforts to transition to an all-electric bus fleet by 2040. This will reduce greenhouse gas emissions, advance environmental justice, and create good-paying jobs while saving more than 8,270 tons of CO2 emissions within a historically disadvantaged community.
IL Decatur Public Transit System $16,840,000 Low or No Emission The Decatur Public Transit System will receive funding to buy battery electric buses, train staff to operate and maintain the new vehicles, and upgrade electrical systems and install solar panels at a new bus barn. This will ensure riders in the area retain access to jobs, schools, and essential services, all while reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 45 percent per vehicle.
IL Bloomington-Normal Public Transit System $13,076,800 Buses and Bus Facilities The Bloomington-Normal Public Transit System's Connect Transit will receive funding to buy battery-electric vehicles and zero-emission microtransit vehicles, as well as build a facility to house microtransit and paratransit vehicles and conduct workforce training.
IL Rockford Mass Transit District $6,328,980 Low or No Emission The Rockford Mass Transit District will receive funding to buy hybrid-electric buses. This will create good-paying jobs and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
IL Springfield Mass Transit District $5,927,788 Low or No Emission The Springfield Mass Transit District will receive funding to buy diesel-hybrid buses and compressed natural gas buses. This will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and allow the agency to continue its transition to a low-emission fleet while creating good-paying jobs and providing access to jobs, doctors, schools, and essential services for individuals who live in areas of persistent poverty.
IN Bloomington Public Transportation Corporation $7,040,000 Low or No Emission The Bloomington Public Transportation Corporation will receive funding to buy battery electric buses, install an estimated charging stations, and provide training to its workers. This will allow the agency to increase the frequency of service and reduce carbon emissions by an estimated 7 million pounds over 14 years.
IN Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation $33,000,000 Buses and Bus Facilities The Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation will receive funding to build a multi-purpose operations and maintenance facility that will also serve as the agency's headquarters. Once completed, the project will include charging facilities and allow IndyGo to expand its bus fleet to fully implement its network redesign and meet the current and future needs of riders.
KS City of Wichita $3,951,078 Low or No Emission Wichita Transit will receive funding to buy battery electric buses and chargers to replace aging diesel buses and move closer to the agency's goal of operating an entirely electric fleet by 2032. The new buses will improve access and mobility for vulnerable populations in Wichita while reducing exposure to harmful transportation-related emissions.
KS City of Lawrence, KS - Lawrence Transit $3,279,655 Low or No Emission Lawrence Transit will receive funding to buy long-range battery electric buses and low-floor cutaway buses to replace diesel buses that exceeded their useful life. The new buses will reduce direct carbon emissions by 146 tons annually and move Lawrence Transit closer to its goal of installing an entirely zero-emission fleet by 2035.
KY Transit Authority of Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government $6,359,880 Low or No Emission The Transit Authority of Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government will receive funding to improve its compressed natural gas fueling infrastructure, make safety improvements to the Lextran maintenance facility, and buy new CNG buses to replace aging diesel vehicles. The project will help reduce emissions, improve transit worker safety and increase service reliability for riders.
KY Kentucky Transportation Cabinet $3,265,592 Buses and Bus Facilities The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will receive funding on behalf of seven rural transit agencies serving 36 counties to purchase buses and upgrade technology on vehicles. The project will both replace older vehicles and expand the existing fleet to enhance transit access and mobility for rural communities around the state.
KY Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky $3,091,200 Low or No Emission The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky will receive funding to buy hybrid electric buses to replace older diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life. The project will reduce emissions and improve service reliability for TANK, which serves 35 cities and three counties in northern Kentucky and Cincinnati.
KY Transit Authority of River City (TARC) $7,411,032 Buses and Bus Facilities The Transit Authority of River City will receive funding to buy as many as six battery electric buses and charging infrastructure to replace older diesel vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The project will fully electrify a corridor that connects multiple minority and low-income neighborhoods with job centers.
LA Jefferson Parish $6,880,000 Low or No Emission Jefferson Parish will receive funding to buy hybrid electric buses to replace diesel buses that have reached their useful life. The project will reduce emissions and maintenance costs while improving service reliability for New Orleans area riders.
MA Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority $116,000,000 Low or No Emission The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority will receive funding to buy new battery-electric buses to replace older diesel buses that have reached their useful life and launching a workforce development program to support training and safety efforts.
MA Pioneer Valley Transit Authority $54,000,000 Buses and Bus Facilities Pioneer Valley Transit Authority will receive funding to electrify and modernize its Cottage Street bus facility to meet its goal to convert 100% of the bus fleet to battery-electric buses and buy battery-electric buses to replace traditional diesel-powered buses that have exceeded their useful life. The project will also repair and upgrade the Bus Bay Expansion Project at the University of Massachusetts Amherst bus maintenance facility and improve the safety, service capacity and reliability of PVTA's buses to help meet demand.
MA Southeastern Regional Transit Authority $12,240,000 Low or No Emission Southeastern Regional Transit Authority will receive funding to buy hybrid electric buses to replace vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will reduce SRTA's carbon footprint and increase efficiency while saving nearly 10,500 gallons of fuel annually.
MA Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) $4,143,750 Low or No Emission The Massachusetts Department of Transportation will receive funding to buy propane buses to replace older diesel vehicles. This project will reduce emissions and allow more sustainable transit services in Nantucket.
MA Berkshire Regional Transit Authority $2,457,328 Low or No Emission The Berkshire Regional Transit Authority in western Massachusetts will receive funding to replace aging diesel buses with hybrid electric buses as well as the 20-year-old HVAC system at its intermodal transit center in Pittsfield. The project will help improve the state of repair of the agency's fleet, which serves Berkshire County, including the 10% of households that do not own vehicles.
MD Prince Georges County Government $25,000,000 Buses and Bus Facilities Prince George's County Government will receive funding to buy zero-emission, battery electric buses and upgrade the electrical system at their transit depot, add additional electric chargers at multiple transit hubs and install a microgrid. The project will create good-paying jobs, reduce greenhouse gas emissions by an estimated 1,228 metric tons per year, and provide access to jobs, schools, and essential services, particularly for those in historically disadvantaged communities.
MD Montgomery County (MD) Department of Transportation $14,875,975 Low or No Emission The Montgomery County Department of Transportation will receive funding to buy zero-emission buses powered by hydrogen fuel cell technology. MCDOT, which operates close to 400 buses in Maryland's most populous county, has committed to transition to a zero-emission fleet by 2035.
MD Maryland Transit Administration - Anne Arundel County $1,890,000 Low or No Emission Maryland Transit Administration will receive funding on behalf of Anne Arundel County to buy diesel-electric hybrid buses as part of their five-year plan to transition to a zero-emission fleet.
ME Biddeford-Saco-Old Orchard Beach (BSOOB) Transit Committee $2,047,407 Low or No Emission The Biddeford-Saco-Old Orchard Beach Transit Committee will receive funding to buy battery electric buses to replace diesel buses. This will provide safe and reliable transportation for transit-reliant residents and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by an estimated 4.8 million pounds over the buses' 12-year life cycle.
MI Michigan Department of Transportation $12,000,000 Buses and Bus Facilities Michigan DOT will receive funds to assist transit agencies and non-profit organizations that provide public transit service to replace buses and vans that have exceeded their useful life, and buy additional buses to expand service in rural areas. The project will also fund the conversion of diesel buses to propane, install electric charging infrastructure, and buy software for scheduling and e-ticket services.
MI City of Detroit $6,912,404 Buses and Bus Facilities The Detroit Department of Transportation will receive funding to buy battery electric buses and install charging equipment, part of the state's plan to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. Greenhouse gases and their effect on the environment disproportionately impact the historically disadvantaged communities that DDOT serves.
MI Mass Transportation Authority $4,334,800 Low or No Emission MTA Flint will receive funding to buy hydrogen fuel cell buses and upgrade equipment for an existing hydrogen refueling station. The zero-emission buses will replace diesel-hybrid transit buses that have exceeded their useful life.
MI City of Midland Dial-A-Ride $167,257 Low or No Emission The City of Midland Dial-A-Ride will receive funding to buy electric transit vans to replace older gas- powered buses that have exceeded their useful life. The project will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and support workforce training and development.
MN SouthWest Transit $8,127,891 Low or No Emission SouthWest Transit, which serves the southwest Minneapolis cities of Chaska, Chanhassen and Eden Prairie will receive funding to buy battery electric buses and charging equipment to replace vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. SWT has set a goal to switch over its express and microtransit fleets to electric vehicles over the next 20 years.
MN MN Chippewa Tribe-White Earth Band of Chippewa Indians $3,607,642 Buses and Bus Facilities White Earth Public Transit will receive funding to build a new bus facility and office space in Waubun. The facility will include a passenger terminal as well as bus storage and maintenance, improving the efficiency and reliability of transit service.
MN Minnesota Department of Transportation $3,414,680 Low or No Emission The Minnesota Department of Transportation will receive funding to buy battery electric buses and charging equipment to replace buses that are part of four rural transit fleets. MnDOT will provide training for transit workers throughout the transition, part of its goal to help improve the overall state of good repair for the state's transit fleet and achieve its greenhouse gas reduction goals.
MN Prairie Island Indian Community $1,616,426 Low or No Emission The Prairie Island Indian Community in Red Wing will receive funding to buy battery-electric buses and charging equipment and train transit workers to operate and maintain vehicles powered with new technologies. The buses will replace vehicles that had reached their useful life and help the tribe achieve its net zero-emission goals, which it plans to achieve through conservation, energy efficiency, renewable energy generation and vehicle electrification.
MN Bois Forte Band of Chippewa $739,500 Low or No Emission The Bois Forte Band of Chippewa will receive funding to buy propane-fueled buses to replace diesel buses to improve the efficiency of its Big Woods Transit fleet and minimize negative environmental impacts in the Arrowhead region of northern Minnesota. The buses will lessen idle time in cold weather, reduce fuel cost, and by emitting less carbon dioxide than gasoline, reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
MO Bi-State Development Agency of the Missouri-Illinois Metropolitan District $5,412,960 Low or No Emission Bi-State Development, which operates St. Louis Metro, will receive funding to buy battery electric buses to replace diesel buses that have reached the end of their useful life. The project includes upgrading the agency's DeBaliviere Bus Facility with charging equipment, which will improve health and quality of life for nearby residents.
MO The City of Columbia $2,896,675 Low or No Emission The City of Columbia will receive funding to buy battery electric buses and charging equipment for its GoCOMO transit fleet. By adding these advanced technology buses, the city will reduce its greenhouse gas emissions and develop the skills among its staff to enable future expansion of zero-emission buses.
MS City of Jackson $8,714,400 Low or No Emission The City of Jackson's JTRAN transit agency will receive funding to buy hybrid electric buses to support implementation of the new bus network. The project will reduce maintenance costs, improve service reliability and enhance access and mobility for Jackson residents.
MT Missoula Urban Transportation District $10,909,127 Low or No Emission The Missoula Urban Transportation District will receive funding to buy battery electric buses and charging equipment to replace diesel buses on its Mountain Line fleet that have exceeded their useful life. The agency committed to transition the entire fleet of vehicles to zero-emission technology by 2035 and, with this grant, will reach 90% of that goal.
MT City of Billings, MET Transit Division $3,880,316 Low or No Emission The City of Billings Metropolitan Transit System will receive funding to buy electric buses, support charging infrastructure upgrades to the MET facility, and provide workforce training. The project will support the city's transition to green technology, improve system reliability, and strengthen the workforce.
MT Blackfeet Tribe $1,375,920 Buses and Bus Facilities The Blackfeet Tribe will receive funding to expand its bus maintenance facility to support recently purchased larger buses that serve the Blackfeet Indian Reservation of Montana in Glacier and Pondera counties. The new depot will also add space for dispatchers and administrative services.
NC Town of Cary $11,787,275 Buses and Bus Facilities The Town of Cary will receive funding to build a new bus operations and maintenance facility that will support GoCary's fixed route and door-to-door service. The new facility will be constructed to LEED Platinum standards, support current operations and planned service expansions, and accommodate electric charging equipment.
NC City of Durham $5,745,600 Low or No Emission The City of Durham will receive funding to buy battery electric buses to replace older diesel vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The zero-emission vehicles will provide clean transit along routes that serve a high percentage of minority populations.
NC City of Asheville $4,291,650 Low or No Emission The City of Ashville will receive funding to buy hybrid electric buses and replacement battery packs for existing hybrid buses. This project will improve state of good repair and support a service expansion along a route that connects Asheville's central business district to the regional airport.
NC City of Concord $713,813 Low or No Emission The City of Concord will receive funding to buy a hybrid electric bus to replace an older vehicle that has exceeded its useful life. This project will support service reliability and lower maintenance costs while also reducing emissions.
NC City of Fayetteville $280,500 Low or No Emission The City of Fayetteville will receive funding to buy propane-powered light transit vehicles dedicated to ADA paratransit service to replace diesel vehicles that have exceeded their useful life.
ND City of Grand Forks $7,768,742 Buses and Bus Facilities The City of Grand Forks will receive funding to update its depot housing fixed-route and paratransit operations and maintenance, storage, and administrative functions. This will include general repairs, the installation of solar panels, improved training space, and the addition of a rainwater-reclamation system for use in their bus wash, ensuring that their facility is safer, more secure, and more energy-efficient.
NH Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation $7,736,284 Buses and Bus Facilities The Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation will receive funding to build a new facility for its administration, operations and maintenance activities. The new facility will include energy-efficient features such as solar panels, help sustain transit operations, allow all staff to work under one roof and reduce operating expenses.
NJ New Jersey Transit Corporation $44,677,500 Buses and Bus Facilities The New Jersey Transit Corporation will receive funding to renovate its Union City bus garage, allowing the agency to create a public bus terminal, house administrative services and charge and deploy battery electric buses.
NM City of Las Cruces $5,721,073 Low or No Emission The City of Las Cruces will receive funding to replace aging diesel buses with battery-electric buses, purchase electric chargers, and create and maintain well-paying jobs in the second-largest city in New Mexico and the main transit hub of the south central region of the state. This will help reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by an estimated 887 metric tons per year.
NM New Mexico Department of Transportation $3,071,882 Buses and Bus Facilities The New Mexico Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of the South Central Regional Transit District to buy battery electric buses and charging equipment, provide training and buy property it currently leases. By sourcing energy from a solar-powered provider, SCRTD will further reduce greenhouse gas emissions while improving service to communities in south central New Mexico.
NM New Mexico Department of Transportation $2,511,882 Low or No Emission The New Mexico Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of the South Central Regional Transit District to buy battery electric buses and charging equipment and provide staff training as part of their plan to transition to a fully electric bus fleet within the next 15 years.
NM City of Las Cruces $2,170,214 Buses and Bus Facilities The City of Las Cruces will receive funding to complete construction on a new transit maintenance and operations facility, allowing them to expand its RoadRUNNER Transit fleet, support new electric buses and charging equipment and enlarge maintenance areas. The building will support the city's transition to a fully electric fixed-route fleet while providing access to jobs, schools, and essential services.
NV Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada $6,737,042 Low or No Emission The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada will receive funding to buy hydrogen fuel cell electric buses.
NV Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe $115,000 Buses and Bus Facilities Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribal Transit will receive funding to buy a 14-passenger bus and rehabilitate other buses to expand its service area, increase ridership, and ensure consistency of service.
NY Metropolitan Transportation Authority $116,000,000 Low or No Emission The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority will receive funding to buy battery electric buses to replace older diesel buses and launch a comprehensive workforce training and development program. The new buses will electrify 4% of its 5,800-bus fleet, advancing MTA's ambitious zero-emission transition plan.
NY Capital District Transportation Authority $25,417,053 Low or No Emission The Capital District Transit Authority will receive funding to buy new electric buses and charging equipment to replace older buses in the fleet that have reached the end of their useful life. The project will improve service reliability and air quality for residents in Albany, Rensselear, Saratoga and surrounding areas.
NY Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority $16,000,000 Buses and Bus Facilities The Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority will receive funding to build a new operations maintenance facility. This project will improve service reliability and state of good repair needs.
NY Tompkins County, New York on behalf of Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit (TCAT) $8,740,975 Low or No Emission Tompkins County will receive funding to buy electric buses and four transit vans to replace older vehicles in the fleet. This project will improve service reliability with clean, reliable transportation residents in Tompkins County.
NY Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority $7,043,331 Low or No Emission The Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority will receive funding to buy hydrogen fuel cell buses and equipment to fuel the buses. This project will improve service reliability and improve air quality for residents in living in Rochester.
OH Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) $26,714,004 Low or No Emission Central Ohio Transit Authority, based in Columbus, will receive funding to replace diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life and replace them with battery electric buses and chargers.
OH The Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority $3,201,270 Low or No Emission The Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority, based in Kent, will receive funding to replace diesel-powered vehicles that have exceeded their useful life with compressed natural gas vehicles, which will reduce PARTA's maintenance costs, improve safety and service reliability, and lower critical emissions in Portage County.
OH Stark Area Regional Transit Authority $2,393,600 Low or No Emission Stark Area Regional Transit Authority, based in Canton, will receive funding to buy compressed natural gas vehicles.
OK Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority (COTPA), dba EMBARK $6,745,732 Low or No Emission EMBARK will receive funding to replace diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life with compressed natural gas buses to improve fixed-route and paratransit services in Oklahoma City.
OK Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority $6,666,105 Low or No Emission The Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority will receive funding to buy battery electric buses to replace diesel buses that have exceed their useful life. The new buses will run on the RT66 bus rapid transit corridor, the spine of a redesigned bus network, and help the agency transition to a zero-emission fleet.
OK Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority $4,800,375 Low or No Emission The Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority will receive funding to buy compressed natural gas buses to replace diesel buses that have exceed their useful life and expand its fleet. The CNG-powered buses will allow the agency to increase service on its RT66 line and serve as a bridge as the agency transitions to a zero-emission future.
OK City of Norman, Oklahoma $894,963 Low or No Emission The City of Norman will receive funding to buy compressed natural gas buses to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life. This will improve the reliability of transit service, helping residents access jobs, schools, and essential services.
OR Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon $5,566,583 Buses and Bus Facilities TriMet will receive funding to renovate and expand the Beaverton Transit Center to better support bus operations and planned service upgrades for the Portland region, including space to accommodate new electric buses.
OR Oregon Department of Transportation, Public Transportation Division $4,632,050 Buses and Bus Facilities The Oregon Department of Transportation will receive funding to buy battery electric buses and install electric chargers. UPTD will also build a maintenance facility and bus wash station and install a solar-powered covered parking area.
OR City of Corvallis $2,658,068 Low or No Emission The Corvallis Transit System will receive funding to buy battery electric buses and build a charging depot with electric charging stations. The projects will replace diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life.
OR Oregon Department of Transportation, Public Transportation Division $2,081,883 Low or No Emission The Oregon Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of the Sandy Area Metro to buy battery electric buses and install charging equipment, replacing diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will primarily serve disadvantaged communities in the cities of Sandy and Gresham, providing essential connections to jobs in services in the Portland metro area.
OR Oregon Department of Transportation, Public Transit Division $1,050,000 Buses and Bus Facilities The Public Transit Division of the Oregon Department of Transportation will receive funding to buy buses for use in on-demand trips, ADA paratransit services and local routes that connect people in McMinnville and Newberg to jobs and opportunities.
OR Oregon Department of Transportation, Public Transit Division $612,000 Buses and Bus Facilities The Public Transportation Division of the Oregon Department of Transportation will receive funding to buy buses for Sunset Empire Transportation District to provide fixed route, paratransit, dial-a-ride, and intercity service in Northwest Oregon.
PA Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority $23,360,000 Low or No Emission The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority will receive funding to improve bus depots, including redundant power feeders, backup generators, and electrical substations. This project will support its transition to a fleet of entirely zero-emission vehicles.
PR AUTORIDAD METROPOLITANA DE AUTOBUSES (PRMBA) $10,000,000 Low or No Emission The Metropolitan Bus Authority will receive funding to buy battery electric buses to replace older diesel buses and build a dual solar power charging station to bring sustainable transit to the island.
SC City of Clemson dba Clemson Area Transit $3,930,000 Low or No Emission Clemson Area Transit will receive funding to buy new zero emission battery electric buses to replace older diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life. The project will improve service reliability and air quality for students of Clemson University and residents of the city of Clemson and surrounding areas
SD South Dakota Department Of Transportation $1,067,774 Low or No Emission South Dakota Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of River Cities Public Transit, Community Transit of Watertown/Sisseton, Prairie Hills Transit and Rural Office of Community Services to buy as many as eight low-emission propane buses, two propane conversion kits, and install a propane fueling station. The project will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
SD South Dakota Department Of Transportation $692,758 Buses and Bus Facilities South Dakota Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of Prairie Hills Transit to build a bus facility for bus maintenance and storage, an office area and a training rooom. The depot will also serve as a central hub for riders.
TN Memphis Area Transit Authority (MATA) $54,000,000 Buses and Bus Facilities The Memphis Area Transit Authority will receive funding to build a new operations and maintenance facility. The new facility will be designed to accommodate more than 300 vehicles, improving safety and the state of good repair for the bus fleet.
TN Memphis Area Transit Authority (MATA) $22,378,905 Low or No Emission The Memphis Area Transit Authority will receive funding to buy battery electric buses and charging equipment and will provide workforce development training for operating and maintaining the buses.
TN Tennessee Department of Transportation, Division of Multimodal Transportation Resources $12,000,000 Buses and Bus Facilities The Tennessee Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of urban and rural transit agencies in the state to buy new buses and close to 200 demand response vehicles to replace older vehicles that reached their useful life. The project will improve service reliability and the fleet's state of good repair throughout the state.
TX City of Lubbock $39,600,000 Low or No Emission The City of Lubbock's Citibus transit service will receive funding to buy hybrid electric buses to replace buses that are on average 20 years old and beyond their useful life. The buses will help create a more reliable, environmentally friendly and sustainable transit service that will increase ridership.
TX Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County (METRO) $21,586,913 Low or No Emission Houston Metro will receive funding to buy battery electric buses and charging infrastructure to replace aging diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new electric buses will improve air quality and health outcomes for riders and residents in Houston's historically disadvantaged communities by eliminating nearly 18,000 tons of greenhouse gases over the next 20 years.
TX Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority $20,000,000 Buses and Bus Facilities CapMetro will receive funding to build a demand-response operations and maintenance facility in Springdale. The state-of-the-art site will accommodate the expansion of MetroAccess and Pickup demand-response service and incorporate sustainable features such as renewable energy, recycled water, and electric vehicle components to support CapMetro's low- and no-emission fleet and include community space for public activities such as farmers markets and food pantries.
TX City of El Paso Mass Transit Department-Sun Metro $8,876,712 Low or No Emission Sun Metro will receive funding to buy zero-emission paratransit vehicles and charging stations to replace aging vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. the paratransit vehicles will provide essential transportation services to El Paso's minority and disabled residents living in historically underserved communities while reducing the impact of their fleet on air quality.
TX City of Laredo and Laredo Transit Management Inc. $7,430,385 Low or No Emission El Metro will receive funding to buy compressed natural gas buses to replace diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life. The buses will provide clean, reliable transportation for historically disadvantaged minority communities and complete El Metro's goal of replacing its fleet with cleaner greener buses.
UT Utah Department of Transportation $6,095,770 Buses and Bus Facilities The Utah Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of Park City Transit to buy battery-electric buses and charging equipment to expand its express route service in the Quinn's Junction area. The new buses will provide more frequent, reliable and clean transit for the city's workforce as well as vulnerable communities and seasonal visitors.
VA Old Dominion Transit Management Company $10,032,000 Low or No Emission The Greater Richmond Transit Company will receive funding to replace diesel-powered buses that have exceeded their useful life with lower emission compressed natural gas buses. The project will help GRTC transition to a cleaner greener fleet and help improve air quality and health outcomes in Richmond.
VA Old Dominion Transit Management Company $952,192 Low or No Emission The Greater Richmond Transit Company will receive funding to demolish an existing building past its useful life, conduct site remediation, and create secure, paved parking to store vehicles for transit service. The project will remove potential pollution from the community and help GRTC improve its transit assets.
VA City of Suffolk $565,000 Low or No Emission The City of Suffolk will receive funding to buy electric buses that will replace diesel-powered buses and install charging stations. The charging stations will be in a central location on the bus route at a new transit facility.
VT Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) $9,151,125 Low or No Emission The Vermont Agency of Transportation will receive funding to buy electric buses and install charging equipment for Marble Valley Regional Transit District in Rutland and Green Mountain Transit in Burlington, the largest transit agencies in the state. This project will build upon successful battery electric bus deployments and advance VTrans' commitment to transition the state's transit fleet to zero-emission vehicles by 2050.
VT Vermont Agency of Transportation $3,279,616 Buses and Bus Facilities The Vermont Agency of Transportation will receive funding to build a bus depot for the Marble Valley Regional Transit District, replacing an outdated facility in Rutland with a new office building and bus barn. The depot will provide storage and protection for the fleet, generate solar power and include charging equipment, part of VTrans' transition to zero-emission vehicles.
WA Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority $9,264,000 Low or No Emission Sound Transit will receive funding to purchase battery electric buses and chargers for the SR 522 / NE 145th Street bus rapid transit corridor, which will serve five cities and an estimated 9,000 daily riders in north Lake Washington communities.
WA Whatcom Transportation Authority (WTA) $8,862,951 Low or No Emission The Whatcom Transportation Authority will receive funding to buy electric buses and chargers to replace diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will address a significant maintenance need and help WTA better serve riders in around Bellingham in the northwest corner of Washington.
WA Washington State Department of Transportation $5,422,168 Buses and Bus Facilities The Washington State Department of Transportation will receive funding to buy vehicles for three rural transportation providers to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life, improving quality of life and reducing greenhouse gas emissions in communities throughout the state. The new vehicles will help Clallam Transit System, Grant Transit Authority and Mason Transit Authority improve the quality and reliability of transit to over 507,000 rural Washington residents to help them access jobs in their counties and beyond.
WA Pierce County Public Transportation Benefit Area Corporation $3,870,800 Low or No Emission Pierce Transit will receive funding to buy battery electric buses to replace vehicles that have exceeded their useful life, enhancing service for an estimated 274,000 riders who live near Pierce Transit's 19 zero-emission bus routes.
WA Lummi Indian Business Council $1,876,265 Buses and Bus Facilities Lummi Nation Transit in Whatcom County will receive funding to build a new operations and maintenance facility to improve connections to jobs, school, healthcare and off-reservation services.
WA Cowlitz Indian Tribe $185,368 Buses and Bus Facilities Cowlitz Tribal Transit Services will receive funding to replace the roof of their bus facility, which is one year away from its life expectancy and is critical in protecting buses and other assets. The project will maintain transit connections in a largely rural, low-density area of southwestern Washington covering about 2,640 square miles.
WI City of Racine $3,796,872 Low or No Emission The City of Racine will receive funding to replace diesel buses with battery electric buses. The project will improve air quality, address climate change, connect workers to jobs, and play a role in workforce training related to the growing clean-energy sector of the economy.
Last updated: Wednesday, September 14, 2022