Carbon Reduction Program (CRP)

MTC’s Carbon Reduction Program (CRP) supports MTC Climate Initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with the transportation system, including investments in Mobility Hubs and Transportation Electrification.

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Mark Jones

In October 2022, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission adopted Resolution 4540, establishing a new Carbon Reduction Program (CRP). This CRP outlines the project selection and funding priorities for $60 million in grants from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) from 2022 through 2026

The CRP is coordinated with One Bay Area Grant (OBAG) strategies to advance Climate Initiatives projects as part of the Bay Area’s long-range plan, Plan Bay Area 2050.

Staff Contact

Thomas Arndt, Funding Policy & Programs
Phone: (415) 820-7983
Email: tarndt@bayareametro.gov

Plan Bay Area 2050

Plan Bay Area 2050 is the Bay Area’s regional long-range plan. It lays out a $1.4 trillion vision for a more equitable and resilient future for Bay Area residents.

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Supporting Climate Initiatives

The CRP will support electric vehicles and infrastructure; mobility hub planning and technical assistance; and mobility hub improvements throughout the Bay Area.

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