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FY24 FTA Bus and Low- and No-Emission Grant Awards

 

State Project Sponsor Bus/Low-No Description Funding
AK Alaska Department of Transportation, on behalf of City and Borough of Juneau, Capital Transit BBF Alaska Department of Transportation, on behalf of Capital Transit, will receive funding to buy new electric buses, install charging equipment, and initiate a workforce development program. The project will improve service, reliability and air quality throughout the city and borough of Juneau in Alaska's Southeast panhandle. $11,855,112
AL City of Montgomery / The M Public Transit System BBF The city of Montgomery's The M transit system will receive funding to buy battery electric buses, charging equipment and to initiate a workforce training program. The project will ensure continued service reliability, maintain a state of good repair and, by improving air quality, advance environmental justice in the Montgomery community. $16,941,377
AR Rock Region Metropolitan Transit Authority Low-No The Rock Region Metropolitan Transit Authority will receive funding to buy low-emission (compressed natural gas) buses to replace older diesel buses and a simulator to train staff in the new technology. The project will help improve service, reliability and air quality in Little Rock and North Little Rock. $3,149,667
AZ City of Tucson, Sun Tran / Sun Van BBF The city of Tucson and Sun Tran will receive funding to replace aging equipment at its Northwest Bus Maintenance Facility and upgrade multiple bus stops. By installing dozens of shelters, adding trees for shade and improving signage through Braille, large print, wayfinding and audible information, the agency will make their system more accessible and equitable. $11,385,600
AZ Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (SRPMIC) BBF The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community will receive funding to buy accessible vans to replace vehicles nearing the end of their useful life. The vans will provide on-demand service for residents to reach jobs, school, recreation and other essential services throughout Scottsdale, Mesa and Tempe. $425,001
CA City of Davis BBF The city of Davis, California will receive funding to construct infrastructure and buy charging equipment to support its battery electric bus fleet. The equipment will allow the agency to continue to maintain safe and reliable public transit service to the University of California-Davis and throughout the community. $1,600,000
CA California Department of Transportation, on behalf of Redwood Coast Transit Authority BBF The California Department of Transportation, on behalf of the Redwood Coast Transit Authority in Crescent City, will receive funding to buy new buses to help replace older buses that have reached the end of their useful life. The buses will create a more reliable fleet and help RCTA avoid service cuts. $474,478
CA California Department of Transportation, on behalf of Humboldt Transit Authority BBF The California Department of Transportation, on behalf of the Humboldt Transit Authority in Eureka, CA, will receive funding to buy new buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will ensure residents from southern Humboldt County will continue to have access to northern county services, such as healthcare and other social services. $639,000
CA California Department of Transportation, on behalf of Morongo Basin Transit Authority BBF The California Department of Transportation, on behalf of the Morongo Basin Transit Authority, will receive funding to buy a battery-electric bus to replace an older vehicle. This project will improve air quality, safety, reliability and state of good repair in the San Bernadino County service area. $131,168
CA Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District BBF The Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transportation District will receive funding to buy battery-electric buses and chargers to replace older diesel buses, which will improve service reliability and reduce air pollution. $2,894,131
CA San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority BBF The San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority will receive funding to buy battery electric buses and chargers to replace older vehicles. This project will help meet ridership demand that had doubled between 2005 to 2019, and work toward the agency's goal to transition its fleet to all zero-emission vehicles. $2,572,888
CA Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians BBF The Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians will receive funding to buy new passenger buses and build a maintenance facility to establish new transit services to connect tribal members and other residents to education, nutrition, recreation and other opportunities throughout California's Coachella Valley and high desert. $3,226,457
CA California Department of Transportation, on behalf of Lassen Transit Service Agency BBF The California Department of Transportation, on behalf of Lassen Transit Service Agency, will receive funding to buy a new bus to replace an older, unreliable vehicle. The new bus will allow LTSA to maintain current service levels in rural northeastern Nevada and establish new service to Reno, connecting its growing senior population to essential medical facilities and other services. $154,367
CA Omnitrans Low-No Omnitrans will receive funding to buy new battery electric buses and charging equipment and provide training, including apprenticeships, to help its workers maintain the electrified fleet. The new vehicles will transition Omnitrans's sbX Green Line to zero-emission buses, improving air quality in several disadvantaged communities along the route. $8,447,217
CA Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District (AC Transit) Low-No Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District (AC Transit) will receive funding to buy new hydrogen fuel cell buses to replace older diesel buses and expand existing hydrogen fueling facilities. The funds will also initiate a workforce development program, which will help train staff on zero-emission bus technologies and improve service and reliability while also improving air quality. $15,000,000
CA Kings County Area Public Transit Agency Low-No Kings County Area Public Transit Agency will receive funding to make critical upgrades to its renewable natural gas fueling station to ensure safe and reliable fueling for its fleet of low-emission compressed natural gas buses. This will maintain reliable low-emission transit service for Kings County's cities and disadvantaged communities and sets the stage for its transition to a zero-emission future. $1,610,875
CA Western Contra Costa Transit Authority Low-No The Western Contra Costa Transit Authority will receive funding to buy hydrogen fuel cell buses to replace older diesel buses, and expand its hydrogen fueling station and maintenance facilities. This project will provide workforce training to support WCCTA's transition to an entirely zero-emission fleet and improve regional air quality. $20,646,189
CA City of Commerce Transit Low-No City of Commerce Transit will receive funding to buy battery electric buses, charging equipment and supporting infrastructure to replace older compressed natural gas and diese- powered buses. The new vehicles will improve fleet reliability and enhance access and mobility to underserved communities by increasing trip frequency on existing routes. $14,229,180
CA Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro) Low-No Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro) will receive funding to buy dozens of battery electric buses and install new chargers at its West Hollywood bus yard. The buses will run on multiple lines and enhance access and mobility with direct access to all Metro rail lines. The project emphasizes environmental and air quality improvements while providing high-quality transit service to Los Angeles's residents and visitors. $77,536,675
CA Sacramento Regional Transit District Low-No The Sacramento Regional Transportation District will receive funding to buy new hydrogen fuel cell buses to replace older buses, modernize a maintenance facility and initiate a workforce development program. The project will create jobs and improve service, reliability and air quality as SacRT works to convert its fleet to entirely zero emission by 2028. $76,847,678
CO City of Greeley Low-No The city of Greeley will receive funding to buy compressed natural gas (CNG) buses for use on a new transit service between Greeley and Loveland, CO. $3,508,404
CO Colorado Department of Transportation, on behalf of the Town of Telluride BBF The Colorado Department of Transportation, on behalf of the town of Telluride, will receive funding to modernize the Galloping Goose Transit Maintenance Facility. By helping staff more efficiently maintain the fleet, Galloping Goose will improve operations and better serve riders. $1,951,080
CO Colorado Department of Transportation, on behalf of Archuleta County BBF Colorado Department of Transportation, on behalf of Archuleta County Mountain Express Transit, will receive funding to build a new park-and-ride facility in Aspen Springs, in part to support a new bus route from Aspen Springs to Pagosa Springs, Bayfield, and Durango. The facility, which will feature a lighted parking facility and , bus shelters will improve access and mobility. $418,359
CO Colorado Department of Transportation, on behalf of Eagle Valley Transportation Authority Low-No The Colorado Department of Transportation, on behalf of Eagle Valley Transportation Authority, will receive funding to buy hybrid-electric buses. The buses will replace older diesel vehicles with new, more reliable vehicles that will provide better transit service and improve regional air quality. $4,573,000
CO Colorado Department of Transportation, on behalf of Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Low-No The Colorado Department of Transportation, on behalf of the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA), will receive funding to modernize its Glenwood Springs Operations and Maintenance Facility to support its planned zero-emission bus fleet. This project will help RFTA, which serves three counties and eight municipalities in rural central Colorado, achieve its goal of a fully zero-emission fleet by 2050. $32,837,664
CO City of Loveland Transit BBF The city of Loveland will receive funding to complete construction of a transit center that will connect local bus routes and a regional bus line along the heavily traveled US 287 corridor. The facility will improve safety for riders, lessen congestion and attract new transit users. $3,967,007
CO Colorado Department of Transportation, on behalf of the City of Durango BBF The Colorado Department of Transportation, on behalf of Durango Transit, will receive funding to replace aging buses and improve safety at several bus stops, many of which lack shelter or lighting. With Durango serving as a regional employment, medical, and shopping hub, Durango Transit services are critical and important for a high quality of life for the transit-dependent population. $659,089
CO Colorado Department of Transportation, on behalf of Gunnison Valley Rural Transportation Authority BBF The Colorado Department of Transportation will receive funding to buy new buses to expand Gunnison Valley RTA's fleet. The new buses will improve access and mobility for riders by increasing service frequency and eliminating gaps in the route network. $1,516,108
CO City of Fort Collins, Transfort BBF The city of Fort Collins will receive funding to improve transit infrastructure, including bus stops and its Downtown Transit Center, to make it safer and more accessible. These enhancements will promote access and advance equity and remove barriers to transit for people of all ages and riders with disabilities. $2,411,550
CT Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) Low-No The Connecticut Department of Transportation will receive funding to buy battery-electric buses to replace diesel buses, including on the Central Connecticut CTFastrak BRT, and supply their facilities with chargers. These buses reduce greenhouse emissions and improve air quality, while fulfilling CTDOT's goal of transitioning its entire CTFastrak fleet to zero-emission by 2027. $38,888,800
DE Delaware Transit Corporation BBF The Delaware Transit Corporation will receive funding to upgrade its Dover Transit Center into a more resilient and efficient facility. The upgrades include a solar-powered bus charging system, a solar-powered bus shelter, and safety improvements. $4,953,697
FL Escambia County Board of County Commissioners Low-No Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT) will receive funding to buy battery electric buses and install a charging station, part of ECAT's plan to transition to a fully zero-emission fleet by 2035. The agency will prioritize deployment to areas with a higher percentage of underrepresented populations that rely heavily on transit and have been disproportionately impacted by pollution. $21,272,962
FL Broward County Low-No Broward County Transit will receive funding to buy battery electric buses and on-route chargers to replace older diesel vehicles. The project also includes building a solar canopy that will provide renewable energy to the fleet and address the impacts of climate change. $25,000,000
FL City of Gainesville, dba Gainesville Regional Transit System Low-No The city of Gainesville, FL will receive funding to buy new hybrid electric buses to replace older diesel buses and upgrade its maintenance facility. The project will reduce fuel and energy consumption and benefit the community by improving air quality and reducing urban heat island effects. $26,490,000
FL Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority dba LYNX Low-No The Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority (LYNX) in Orlando will receive funding to buy compressed natural gas buses to replace older diesel buses on routes throughout Central Florida. This project will support LYNX's efforts to transition its entire fleet to a combination of low and zero-emission vehicles by 2028, as well as provide more efficient and reliable service to its riders. $27,609,656
FL Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) Low-No The Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority will receive funding to buy new electric buses, hybrid buses, charging equipment, and initiate a workforce development program. The project will improve service, reliability, address air quality and noise pollution, and improve access to essential services for those living in Pinellas County and neighboring Hillsborough and Pasco Counties. $27,805,012
FL Volusia Transit Management Low-No Volusia Transit Management (Votran) will receive funding to buy new low-emission propane-powered vehicles dedicated to on-demand paratransit service to replace diesel vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. This project will help connect people in the greater Daytona area to jobs and opportunities. $1,625,564
FL City of Tallahassee Low-No The city of Tallahassee (StarMetro) will receive funding to buy new battery-electric buses to replace older vehicles and install charging equipment. The project will reduce emissions, improve service and reliability, and help the city achieve its goal for 100% battery electric bus transportation by 2035. $11,374,042
GA Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) BBF The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) will receive funding to build the South DeKalb Transit Hub, which will provide a central point for bus and rail connections in DeKalb County. The new facility will improve safety, comfort and accessibility for MARTA's riders, including those from disadvantaged communities. $25,347,982
GA Chatham Area Transit Authority BBF Chatham Area Transit (CAT) will receive funding to replace older diesel buses with battery electric buses and chargers, along with workforce training activities. The project continues CAT's fleet transition to zero-emission vehicles, enhancing safety, modernizing the transit system, and improving access and mobility for riders. $7,889,840
GA Augusta-Richmond County BBF Augusta Transit will receive funding to replace older buses with new, more reliable and efficient battery electric buses and buy a bus simulator to support workforce training. The new buses will provide quieter, safer, and more reliable transit service for riders. $12,080,384
HI Hawaii Department of Transportation, on behalf of the County of Maui BBF The Hawaii Department of Transportation, on behalf of the County of Maui, will receive funding to buy hybrid electric buses to replace older diesel models. The hybrid buses will help the state reach its goal for a fully electric fleet by 2045 and help make service more efficient by replacing diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life. $5,000,000
IA University of Iowa Low-No The University of Iowa's public transit system, CAMBUS, will receive funding to replace aging diesel buses with battery electric buses and expand and modernize its maintenance facility. The funding will allow the university to expand bus service and help meet sustainability goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions on campus. $16,376,762
ID Valley Regional Transit BBF Valley Regional Transit will receive funding to buy zero-emission battery electric buses and rehabilitate its transit station at Towne Square Mall. The revitalized station will feature a larger, covered passenger waiting area and additional bus bays, and will increase sustainability through solar panels and on-site electric bus charging. $16,723,347
ID Shoshone-Bannock Tribes (SBT) Public Transit Program BBF Shoshone-Bannock Tribes will receive funding to replace transit buses and vans that are past their useful life, which will improve service and reliability for the Fort Hall Reservation community that relies on SBT Public Transit to reach jobs, schools, medical appointments, and other critical services. $722,400
ID Idaho Department of Transportation, on behalf of Mountain Rides Transportation Authority Low-No Idaho Transportation Department, on behalf of Mountain Rides Transit Authority, will receive funding to buy battery electric buses and charging equipment, furthering MRTA's plan to transition to a 100% battery electric fleet. $4,228,500
IL Rock Island County Metropolitan Mass Transit District Low-No The Rock Island County Metropolitan Mass Transit District, or MetroLINK, will receive funding to expand its operations and maintenance center to create capacity to continue its transition to battery-electric buses. The project includes building battery-electric storage areas with fire and hazard mitigation equipment and helps prepare MetroLINK to store electric buses and improve safety. $10,000,000
IL Sangamon Mass Transit District Low-No Sangamon Mass Transit District will receive funding to replace its fleet of older buses with diesel-hybrid and compressed natural gas buses. The project will improve the fleet's state of good repair and support goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. $17,807,630
IL Pace, the Suburban Bus Division of the Regional Transportation Authority Low-No Pace, the Suburban Bus Division of the Regional Transportation Authority, will receive funding to buy hybrid electric buses to replace vehicles that have exceeded their useful life and upgrade its maintenance facility to adapt to the new technology. Pace will also provide training to operators and mechanics as it works toward a goal of a fully zero-based emissions fleet by 2040. $30,911,000
IL Greater Peoria Mass Transit District Low-No Greater Peoria Mass Transit District will receive funding to buy battery-electric buses to replace diesel-engine vehicles. The project will lower emissions, increase safety and provide more reliable transportation to underserved communities in Peoria and surrounding areas. $14,415,095
IN Fort Wayne Public Transportation Corporation Low-No Citilink will receive funding to buy electric-hybrid buses to replace diesel-engine buses and continue transitioning its bus fleet to hybrid electric. This project will provide Fort Wayne residents with an efficient and more environmentally friendly transit system. $10,987,062
IN Greater Lafayette Public Transportation Corporation Low-No The Greater Lafayette Public Transportation Corporation (GLPTC) will receive funding to buy zero- and low- emission buses, install a hydrogen refueling station and modify its bus maintenance facility to store their fleet indoors. Through this project, GLPTC can provide safer, more reliable transportation to the greater Lafayette area. $10,531,030
KS Johnson County Transit BBF Johnson County Transit will receive funding to buy new energy-efficient propane and compressed natural gas buses to replace diesel-powered vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. Alongside improving efficiency, the project will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve air quality. $7,650,000
KY Transit Authority of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government Low-No The Transit Authority of the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government (Lextran) will receive funding to buy low-emission compressed natural gas buses. These new buses will replace diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life, providing immediate and long-term economic, environmental, and community benefits. $4,223,340
KY Transit Authority of River City (TARC) BBF Transit Authority of River City (TARC) will receive funding to buy zero-emission battery-electric buses to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life. TARC will improve its fleet's state of good repair and provide more environmentally friendly transportation for riders to jobs, school, healthcare and more. $3,643,825
LA Jefferson Parish Transit Low-No Jefferson Parish Transit will receive funding to replace aging diesel vehicles with low-emission hybrid buses. This project will improve transit access, equity, and accessibility for riders. $5,459,550
LA SporTran Low-No SporTran Transit will receive funding to replace diesel-powered buses in its fleet with low-emission buses. The project will reduce maintenance costs and decrease greenhouse gas emissions while improving the reliability and timeliness vital for sustaining ridership growth. $11,169,846
MA Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Low-No The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority will receive funding to buy new battery electric buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life and additional funds to train workers on the new technology. The zero-emission buses will significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and harmful pollutants. $40,000,000
MA Massachusetts Department of Transportation, on behalf of the Martha's Vineyard Transit Authority Low-No The Massachusetts Department of Transportation, on behalf of Martha's Vineyard Transit Authority (VTA), will receive funding to buy new battery electric buses and charging equipment and launch an apprenticeship program for high school students. The project will help VTA achieve its goal of fully electrifying its fleet and employing a year-round workforce. $3,882,375
MA Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority Low-No Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority (CCRTA) will receive funding to buy low-emission buses to replace aging diesel buses and establish worker training to develop skills necessary to maintain them. The buses will allow CCRTA to reduce its carbon footprint, produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions and meet a goal to transition to a fully electric fleet. $14,613,149
MD Howard County, Maryland BBF The Maryland Department of Transportation, on behalf of Howard County, will receive funding to buy new buses to provide better connections to regional transit services, including MTA's Local Link service with easier access to Baltimore. $960,000
MD Prince Georges County Government Low-No Prince George's County in Maryland will receive funding to buy battery-electric buses, bringing the county closer to transitioning its bus fleet to fully zero-emission by 2040. The buses will enhance service to people who rely upon public transportation to connect to jobs in the County and throughout the Washington, DC region. $25,475,520
ME Maine Department of Transportation BBF The Maine Department of Transportation will receive funding to help four transit agencies rehabilitate their transit facilities and buses. This project will enable Maine's transit agencies to achieve economic and environmental resilience, as well as ensure worker safety and reliability for transit services by maintaining a state of good repair. $3,243,434
MI Detroit Department of Transportation Low-No The Detroit Department of Transportation will receive funding to replace older buses with new hybrid electric buses and hydrogen fuel cell electric buses. The funding also supports a hydrogen fueling station and a worker training program on zero-emission technologies, resulting in better jobs, cleaner air and more reliable bus service. $30,794,240
MI Harbor Transit Multi-Modal Transportation System (HTMMTS) BBF Harbor Transit Multi-Modal Transportation System will receive funding for the design and construction of a multi-modal system operations center to accommodate the transition to a zero-emission fleet, with fueling and charging equipment, vehicle maintenance infrastructure, as well as electric vans and charging stations. The new facility will also accommodate administration and workforce training facilities for regional transit providers. $16,252,400
MI Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi BBF The Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi will receive funding to buy an ADA-compliant, clean-diesel bus to replace an outdated diesel-powered vehicle. The new vehicle will relieve reliance on a bus that has exceeded its useful life and help build the fleet to meet ridership demand and better connect underserved communities in rural southwest Michigan. $539,750
MI Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority Low-No The Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority (AAATA) will receive funding to buy new hydrogen fuel cell and low-emission diesel-electric hybrid buses to replace older diesel buses and a mobile hydrogen station. This project will improve operations, reduce energy consumption, and enable AAATA to move toward a zero-emission fleet. $25,000,000
MN SouthWest Transit BBF SouthWest Transit will receive funding to rehabilitate the Southwest Station Park and Ride and the bus garage. The project includes ADA and security improvements for riders, as well as upgrades to the maintenance facilities to improve safety for workers. The project will support secure, accessible, and efficient transit service. $520,436
MN Minnesota Department of Transportation, on behalf of Cedar Valley Services BBF The Minnesota Department of Transportation, on behalf of Cedar Valley Services (SMART), will receive funding to build two new transit facilities. This project will help SMART improve efficiency and enhance reliability for rural communities in Southern Minnesota. $6,282,400
MN Minnesota Department of Transportation, on behalf of two rural agencies Low-No The Minnesota Department of Transportation on behalf of United Community Action Partnership-Community Transit (UCAP) and Friendly Rider Transit, will receive funding to buy propane buses and build the necessary fueling infrastructure. The project will improve service, reliability and lower maintenance costs for southwest and south central Minnesota rural transit providers. $2,303,200
MO Bi-State Development Agency of the Missouri-Illinois Metropolitan District, Inc. Low-No The Bi-State Development Agency of the Missouri-Illinois Metropolitan District will receive funding to buy new low-emission diesel-electric hybrid buses to replace older diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life. This project will lower emissions and provide riders a safer, more efficient means of transportation. $10,380,591
MS City of Jackson BBF The city of Jackson (JTRAN) will receive funds to replace, expand and modernize its existing fleet with hybrid and propane-powered buses, enabling Jackson to lower emissions, restore confidence in public transit and decrease run times. $13,717,447
MT City of Billings, MET Transit Division BBF The city of Billings' MET Transit will receive funding to buy new ADA-accessible vehicles to replace older vehicles, maintenance equipment to support its current fleet and future electric buses, and to provide training for their maintenance staff. These improvements will enhance fleet reliability, reduce maintenance downtime, minimize service interruptions, and increase safety. $910,300
NC City of Winston-Salem / Winston-Salem Transit Authority Low-No The city of Winston-Salem (Winston-Salem Transit Authority) will receive funding to buy new hybrid electric buses. The buses will replace older diesel buses, which will combat climate change and help improve air quality for riders throughout the city of Winston-Salem. $4,444,757
NC City of Fayetteville (FAST) Low-No The city of Fayetteville (Fayetteville Area System of Transit) will receive funding to buy new battery-electric buses to replace older diesel buses and charging equipment. The project will improve service, reliability and air quality for residents in Fayetteville and surrounding areas. $6,667,462
NC City of Greensboro Low-No The city of Greensboro (Greensboro Transit Agency) will receive funding to buy new battery-electric buses and hybrid-diesel buses to replace older vehicles and install charging equipment. The project will improve service, reliability and air quality for residents in Greensboro and surrounding areas. $22,411,172
NE Santee Sioux Nation BBF The Santee Sioux Nation will receive funding to buy new ADA accessible vehicles to replace older vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The project will decrease maintenance costs and ensure safe, reliable public transit for all. $193,033
NH University of New Hampshire Low-No The University of New Hampshire will receive funding to replace diesel-powered buses with compressed natural gas buses for its Wildcat Transit service, which will help ensure the fleet remains in a state of good repair. Wildcat Transit serves five communities, linking urbanized areas on the seacoast to the university and its educational and employment opportunities. $2,720,000
NH Manchester Transit Authority BBF Manchester Transit Authority will receive funding to construct the first transit center in Manchester, NH. The new transit center will replace the city's outdated facility and enable MTA to expand its transit services: a key economic investment in response to the region's rapid growth. $19,922,891
NJ New Jersey Transit Corporation Low-No New Jersey Transit will receive funding to construct an outdoor charging facility with a solar canopy at its Meadowlands Bus Garage. This project will allow New Jersey Transit to shelter, charge, and maintain its battery-electric bus fleet, while increasing service and advancing environmental justice throughout the state. $99,499,531
NM New Mexico Department of Transportation, on behalf of two rural transit districts BBF The New Mexico Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of the North Central Regional Transit District (NCRTD) and the South Central Regional Transit District (SCRTD). NCRTD will renovate the Jim West Regional Transit Center and SCRTD will buy a new hybrid-electric bus and build a new transit facility in Las Cruces to support service expansion. $9,812,622
NV Walker River Paiute Tribe BBF The Walker River Paiute Tribe will receive funding to purchase ADA-accessible buses and construct facilities necessary for transit operations. This project will provide the infrastructure to establish local and intercity routes, connecting the Walker River Paiute reservation to cities like Reno, Carson City, and San Francisco. $1,040,902
NV Tahoe Transportation District Low-No The Tahoe Transportation District (TTD) will receive funding to buy new diesel-electric hybrid buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. This project will advance TTD's low- or no-emission fleet goals, resulting in improved reliability, safety and mobility for residents, commuters and visitors of the Lake Tahoe Basin. $7,901,826
NY Tompkins County, New York on behalf of Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit (TCAT) Low-No Tompkins County, on behalf of Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit in New York state, will receive funding to buy new hybrid-electric buses to replace older diesel models and enhance the fleet with advanced technology. The buses will reduce emissions, improve efficiency, and contribute to a cleaner and healthier environment for the community. $1,215,776
NY Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority BBF The Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority (RGRTA) will receive funding to buy new hydrogen fuel cell electric buses to replace older diesel buses and to upgrade an existing maintenance facility to properly maintain its battery electric buses. This initiative will enable RGRTA to transition to zero-emission bus fleets in the future, improving transit and air quality in Rochester. $18,113,192
NY Central New York Regional Transportation Authority Low-No The Central New York Regional Transportation Authority will receive funding to buy new hydrogen fuel cell buses, fueling equipment, conduct facility modifications and provide worker training to operate and maintain its zero-emission buses. This project will improve service, reliability and improve air quality for residents in Onondaga County. $7,260,435
NY Broome County Department of Public Transportation Low-No The Broome County Department of Public Transportation (BC Transit) will receive funding to buy battery electric buses to replace older buses, purchase support equipment, and initiate a workforce training program. This project will allow BC Transit to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life with clean, reliable transportation while improving quality of life for people in and around Binghamton. $8,883,743
NY County of Westchester Low-No Westchester County (The Bee-Line) will receive funding to buy new hybrid electric buses to replace older diesel buses. The project will improve safety, reliability, and mobility for transit riders throughout Westchester County. $12,431,250
OH Western Reserve Transit Authority BBF The Western Reserve Transit Authority (WRTA) will receive funding to prepare for a transition to an all-electric bus fleet upgrading their bus barn facility to support electric bus chargers and equipping it with solar panels, and an improved fire suppression system. This project will improve safety and prepare WRTA to meet its zero emission bus goals by 2030. $1,312,000
OH Central Ohio Transit Authority Low-No The Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) will receive funding to buy new battery electric and fuel cell electric buses along with installing hydrogen fueling infrastructure. The buses will replace aging natural gas buses, which will help COTA achieve a fully zero-emission fleet by 2035 and improve air quality for riders in Columbus, OH. $22,849,800
OH Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA) BBF Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA) will receive funding to replace some of its existing fleet with electric vehicles and install charging stations. GCRTA will use the new electric buses, which are more reliable and accessible, to provide convenient transit in neighborhoods where more residents rely on public transit. $10,633,105
OH Stark Area Regional Transit Authority BBF A collaboration among Stark Area Regional Transit Agency, Stark State College, and RG Drage will receive funding to purchase and install hydrogen refueling infrastructure, improve clean access points, upgrade the facility for solar energy, and establish a workforce training program focused on clean transit. The efforts will improve rider safety, accessibility, and usability, while supporting Ohio's long-term plan for a transition to clean energy. $17,254,229
OK Cherokee Nation BBF Cherokee Nation Transit will receive funding to buy new, modern, and reliable ADA accessible buses. These new vehicles will improve safety, bring the fleet to a state of good repair, and improve transportation accessibility and reliability among Cherokee Nation communities. $458,250
OK City of Lawton - City Transit Trust Low-No The City of Lawton will receive funding to replace several aging diesel buses with diesel-electric hybrid buses. The project will reduce maintenance costs, lower emissions and provide more reliable transportation to Lawton community members, especially vulnerable populations who depend on public transit to meet their daily needs. $6,116,854
OK Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority Low-No The Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority will receive funding to buy new compressed natural gas buses to replace older diesel buses and to develop a workforce training program. The project will reduce vehicle emissions, improve transit service and reliability for residents living in the city of Tulsa. $1,314,090
OR Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon (TriMet) Low-No TriMet will receive funding to buy new hydrogen fuel cell buses to replace older diesel buses that are past their useful life, a new portable fueling station and to initiate facility improvements to accommodate the new hydrogen vehicles. The project will improve service, reliability and provide essential connections to jobs in services in the Portland metro area. $39,000,000
PA Washington County Transportation Authority BBF The Washington County Transportation Authority in Pennsylvania, operating as Freedom Transit, will receive $15 million to construct a bus maintenance and storage facility that will include compressed natural gas and gasoline fueling stations. The structure will also contain office space for dispatch, operations and staff training and help the agency maintain its buses, strengthen service reliability, and meet safety standards. $15,000,000
RI Rhode Island Public Transit Authority BBF The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) will receive funding to rehabilitate a historically significant maintenance and office building to a state of good repair. This facility, once fully rehabilitated, will allow RIPTA to increase capacity and allow for operational growth, while also addressing safety concerns within the building. $7,407,963
SC City of Clemson dba Clemson Area Transit Low-No The city of Clemson, SC, on behalf of Clemson Area Transit, will receive funding to buy new compressed natural gas buses to replace aging diesel buses as part of its Clemson Area Transit Driving Forward with Green Transit project. The buses will improve service efficiency and effectiveness, and lower operating and maintenance costs. $4,671,859
SD South Dakota Department of Transportation, on behalf of three transit agencies Low-No The South Dakota Department of Transportation will receive funding to add propane-powered buses to three local transit agency fleets (River Cities Public Transit, Prairie Hills Transit and People's Transit). In addition to lowering emissions, the project will replace outdated buses that have exceeded their useful life and enable the agencies to meet increased ridership demand. $1,615,000
TN Tennessee Department of Transportation, on behalf of the Southwest Human Resources Agency BBF The Tennessee Department of Transportation, on behalf of the Southwest Human Resource Agency (SWHRA), will receive funding to build a new facility to enhance bus service and operations in an eight-county region in southwest Tennessee. The new facility will replace a 1980s-era building that is past its useful life, allowing SWHRA to improve operations and access for people to reach jobs, healthcare, and other services throughout its 4,000-square-mile service area, as well as connections to medical centers in Memphis and Nashville. $7,790,400
TN Regional Transportation Authority BBF The Regional Transportation Authority of Middle Tennessee (WeGo Transit) will receive funding to expand a rail platform and park and ride lot to serve as a bus transit center at Donelson Station. The improvements will improve connections, enhance safety, provide rider amenities and set the stage for future transit-oriented development. $10,000,000
TX Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority Low-No Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority (CCRTA) will receive funds to replace its aging diesel fleet with low-emission compressed natural gas buses that will operate in historically disadvantaged areas with high ridership. The project will also provide workforce development training, enabling CCRTA to build an enduring fleet of drivers that can serve generations of customers. $5,888,040
TX Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), on behalf of 30 regional transportation districts BBF The Texas Department of Transportation will receive funding to replace transit vehicles and complete bus facility projects across Texas. This project will provide better transit access in rural areas and 30 regional transportation districts, while bringing rural transit fleets to a state of good repair. $26,880,000
TX City of El Paso Mass Transit Department - Sun Metro Low-No Sun Metro will receive funding to buy new compressed natural gas buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life and to construct new bus canopies. This project will allow Sun Metro to offer a more reliable service and reduce harmful emissions, while improving environmental justice for underserved communities in the city of El Paso. $30,597,000
UT Utah Department of Transportation, on behalf of High Valley Transit District Low-No The Utah Department of Transportation, on behalf of the High Valley Transit District, will receive funding to replace and expand its aging diesel fleet with new battery electric buses to meet growing ridership demand. The project will enable HVTD to reduce emissions, maintenance costs and service disruptions. $16,275,560
UT Utah Transit Authority Low-No Utah Transit Authority will receive funding to replace older diesel buses with new battery-electric buses, which will be housed at their Meadowbrook facility. This project will reduce harmful emissions, while serving disadvantaged communities within Salt Lake County. $18,112,632
VA County of Fairfax, Virginia Low-No The County of Fairfax, Virginia, will receive funding to buy new low emission diesel-electric hybrid buses to replace older buses as part of its fleet replacement plan. The new buses will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve reliability and service while addressing the needs of disadvantaged communities. $50,591,220
VT Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) Low-No The Vermont Agency of Transportation will receive funding to help three transit agencies make the transition to electric buses, including upgrades to electrical and fire systems, worker training and a mobile charger. The project will improve safety, reliability and efficiency for Green Mountain Transit, Tri-Valley Transit and Southeast Vermont Transit as they transition to low- and no-emission buses. $2,300,542
WA Pierce County Public Transportation Benefit Area Corporation (Pierce Transit) BBF Pierce Transit will receive funding to buy new battery electric buses and install new charging equipment. This project will improve efficiency and help facilitate expansion of Pierce Transit's zero-emission fleet. $14,784,753
WA Washington State Department of Transportation, on behalf of Grays Harbor Transit Authority BBF Washington State Department of Transportation, on behalf of Grays Harbor Transit, will receive funding to renovate an aging maintenance and operations facility in Hoquiam, WA. Improvements will include upgrading parking areas, installing new surfacing, and enhancing the roof. $2,639,564
WA Washington State Department of Transportation, on behalf of Clallam Transit System BBF Washington State Department of Transportation, on behalf of Clallam Transit System, will receive funding to buy buses to replace heavy-duty buses that have surpassed their useful life. The new vehicles, including several for the agency's paratransit fleet, will be more efficient and reliable. $3,655,000
WA Washington State Department of Transportation, on behalf of Island Transit BBF Washington State Department of Transportation, on behalf of Island Transit, will buy hydrogen fuel cell buses, which will replace diesel buses on Whidbey Island. This project will advance Island Transit's plan to transition their entire fixed-route fleet to zero-emission vehicles on both Whidbey and Camano Islands. $14,959,971
WA King County Metro Transit BBF King County Metro will receive funding to buy battery electric buses and continue its worker training to maintain the new fleet. This project furthers Metro's plan to transition to a fully zero-emission fleet by 2035. $6,680,083
WA Chelan Douglas Public Transportation Benefit Area (dba Link Transit) Low-No Link Transit will receive funding to buy battery electric buses, replacing gas-powered buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will be more reliable and easier to maintain, lower fueling costs, reduce air pollution, and improve service throughout North Central Washington. $4,462,500
WI City of Appleton - Valley Transit BBF The city of Appleton will receive funding to modernize Valley Transit's bus maintenance facility, including bus wash, fueling, and storage. Updates to the facility will set up the transit agency to grow its fleet and transition to zero-emission buses to serve the Fox Cities region of northeast Wisconsin. $12,000,000
WI City of Green Bay Transit System Low-No Green Bay Metro will receive funding to replace diesel-powered buses with battery electric buses and charging equipment, improving safety and decreasing greenhouse gas emissions. The agency expects to reduce maintenance costs as they bring Green Bay closer to reaching their goal of 100 percent clean energy by 2050. $3,112,663

Total Funding:
$1,497,553,559