CMO awards vouchers for zero-emission mobility projects, such as bikesharing, carsharing and ride-on-demand services, that intend to fill a community’s transportation gaps for residents and provide access to key destinations. The community transportation needs assessments help under-resourced communities identify and develop community-driven solutions that address their unique transportation needs.
Below is a summary of the total funds awarded, the number of communities served, a breakdown of the vouchers per funding window as well as an interactive map of all awardees and unawarded applicants showing the immense demand for clean mobility funding.
24 awardees received vouchers worth up to
$50,000 each for a total of $1.2 million.
20 awardees received vouchers worth up to
$1 million each for a total of $20 million.
12 awardees received vouchers worth up to
$100,000 each for a total of more than $1.2 million.
17 new awardees received $23 million in vouchers worth up to $1.5 million.
All window 1 mobility project awardees received additional funds worth up to $500,000. In total $35.5 million were awarded.