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 FYE 2018 Bicycle Facilities Grant Program closed on March 19,2018 and is no longer accepting new applications. If you would like to be notified about future Transportation Fund for Clean Air grant solicitations, please sign up to receive TFCA email alerts.

Replacing motor vehicle trips with bicycling is a part of the overall trip reduction strategy for the Bay Area, and plays a key role in helping the region attain its clean air goals.

This program is funded through the Air District’s Transportation Fund for Clean Air Regional Fund, which provides grants to projects that improve air quality within the nine-county Bay Area by reducing emissions of criteria pollutants from on-road vehicles.

Up to $5 million in fiscal year ending (FYE) 2018 funds is available for this competitive program. Only complete applications received by the deadline will be considered for award. 


Only public agencies are eligible to apply. For a full list of eligibility requirements, see the Bicycle Facilities Grant Program Application Guidance.

Non-public entities are encouraged to visit the webpages for information about grant opportunities that are available to Businesses and Fleets and Residents.

How to Apply

This Program closed on March 19, 2018 and is no longer accepting new applications.

Mandatory Pre-Application Webinars

Air District staff conducted two pre-application webinars to review the program requirements, application process, and application evaluation criteria. Attendance of at least one pre-application webinar was required for this program.


Linda Hui
Senior Staff Specialist , Strategic Incentives


Michael Neward
Staff Specialist II, Strategic Incentives


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