Total Mobility Project Voucher funding requests = $62,339,967.

Implementation Manual

The Clean Mobility Options Voucher Pilot Program’s Implementation Manual (IM) is the guiding document for the program. The IM provides details on how the program works and explains all of the program and eligibility requirements for applicants and awardees. 

On this page is an interactive PDF viewer of the contents of the current IM. Click here to download the PDF.

The current IM is effective December 23, 2022. This IM sets program criteria for voucher applications submitted on or after the effective date. The IM in effect at the time your application was submitted sets the eligibility criteria for funding as well as requirements for project implementation. Below is an archive with previous IM versions including documents summarizing the changes.

Click here to go to the IM archive.


Implementation Manual (PDF) – Effective 4/8/2020 to 9/9/2020

*The initial IM for the Clean Mobility Voucher Pilot Program (IM V.1.0) published on April 8, 2020, applies to voucher applications submitted for the 2020 Community Transportation Needs Assessment during June 2020 Voucher application window. IM V.1.0 dated April 8, 2020, also sets the program requirements that are in place for implementation of 2020 Needs Assessment projects.

Implementation Manual (PDF) – Effective 9/9/2020 to 6/26/2022 – Summary of Changes (PDF)

This version of the IM for the Clean Mobility Voucher Pilot Program was published on September 9, 2020.

Implementation Manual (PDF) – Effective 6/26/2022 to 12/22/2022 – Summary of Changes Coming Soon.

This version of the IM for the Clean Mobility Voucher Pilot Program was published on June 26, 2022.

The Mobility Project Voucher (MPV) Application Window is now open.

The MPV Phase 1 Application window opened on March 1, 2023, at 9 a.m. PT.  The application window will close on April 5 at 11:59 p.m. PT. 

The Mobility Project Voucher, worth up to $1.5 million each, helps communities to develop and launch zero-emission mobility projects, such as bikesharing and ride-on-demand services, that fill a community’s transportation gaps and provide access to key destinations.