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Washington State Zero-Emissions Access Program Grant (ZAP) Opens 4/12/23

Opportunity Title:

Zero-Emissions Access Program Grant (ZAP)

Description:

The Zero-emissions Access Program (ZAP) grant provides funding for zero-emission carshare pilot programs. ZAP grants fund carshare pilot programs in underserved and low- to moderate-income communities that have limited access to public transportation or are in areas where emissions exceed state or federal standards.

The ZAP grant’s goal is to expand access to clean fuel transportation options and provide opportunities for zero-emission carshare programs in underserved communities where access to public transportation is less available (RCW 47.04.355).


Eligibility:

The ZAP grant is open to nonprofit organizations or local governments in Washington state. Local governments include cities, counties, housing authorities, ports, and public transit agencies.


Applicants must have a demonstrated history of implementing or managing clean-fuel transportation and shared-mobility pilot programs for low-income communities. Examples of experience may include implementing:


Transportation services for shared users (e.g., carshare or rideshare programs)

Micromobility programs for shared users (e.g., bike sharing)

Free and reduced-fare programs

Subcontracts with agencies that have provided clean-fuel transportation and shared-mobility pilot programs for the community

Installation of electric-vehicle infrastructure for community use



Award Details:

Total Amount Available: $1.1M


Submission Details:

Application Deadline: 5/17/23



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