October 18, 2019 10:00 am-11:00 am
Do you want to improve public health, mitigate air pollution and climate change, and generate economic opportunities in the State? The California Air Resources Board, through an Administrator team led by CALSTART, is investing $20 million in shared and zero emissions mobility projects in disadvantaged communities in California, including some Tribal and affordable housing communities, to increase access to safe, reliable, convenient, and affordable transportation options. This is a new voucher program called Clean Mobility Options in Disadvantaged Communities which is anticipated to be available in early 2020.
Join Margarita Parra, Clean Mobility Equity Lead for GRID Alternatives, for a webinar to learn about opportunities to participate in this exciting new program and leverage your investments and strategies to achieve greater impact from the investments in clean mobility projects.