Bikeways, Roads, Lanes and Paths

Learn about grants to public agencies to help expand the region’s bicycle roadway network. This program is designed to reduce air pollution by facilitating mode shifts to clean alternative forms of transportation.

Bicycle Facilities

The goal of this program is to reduce air emissions from on-road motor vehicles and to improve air quality by helping residents and commuters mode-shift to cycling and walking as alternatives to driving for short distances and first- and last-mile trips.

The FYE 2017 cycle closed on June 26, 2017. If you would like to be notified of future developments and solicitations for this program, please sign up to receive email notifications.

Up to $5 million in fiscal year ending (FYE) 2017 funds was available for this competitive program.

Eligibility

To be eligible for funding, projects must meet all Program and Eligibility Requirements contained in the Bicycle Facilities Grant Program Application Guidance.

How to Apply

This program is closed and no longer accepting applications. If you would like to be notified of future developments and solicitations for this program, please sign up to receive email notifications.

Pre-Application Webinars

Air District staff held five pre-application webinars to review the program requirements, the application process, and the application evaluation criteria. 

The most recent webinar presentation has been posted under the Resources section below.

Based on demand, additional webinars may be scheduled. Notices about additional pre-application webinars will be sent via email to parties that have signed up to receive TFCA email alerts.

Resources

Linda Hui
Administrative Analyst, Strategic Incentives

415.749.4796

Michael Neward
Administrative Analyst, Strategic Incentives

415.749.4703

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