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Mobility Hub

3D model of Green Tech Mobility Hub Site

Location of the Green Tech Mobility Hub

3741 May Street Sacramento, 95838. The southwest corner of the intersection of Grand Ave and May Street in the Del Paso Heights neighborhood, Sacramento.

What is a Mobility Hub

The central concept of a mobility hub is to move people. Mobility Hubs are places of connectivity where different modes of travel –walking, biking, transit, and shared mobility– seamlessly converge. They provide an integrated suite of mobility services, amenities, and technologies to bridge the distance between high-frequency transit and an individual’s origin or destination.
The strongest benefit of Green Tech’s mobility hub is to build transportation equity to frontline neighborhoods. Green Tech provides education and outreach and access to training centers, workplaces, and medical care centers- minimizing negative environmental impact.

DPH Mobility Hub Programs and Components

Electric Shuttle Bus: One electric shuttle to provide free ride to qualified students to training centers.
Supporting Components: Electric Bikes, Scooters, Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, Bike Racks, Charging benches, and Green open space. Wifi, a Digital Kiosk, and a Solar Canopy will be added in the second phase.

Net Zero Student Ride Hail Program

  • Green Tech Ride hailing for job training
  • Free rides to Green Tech students most in need of transportation
  • Access to job training and educational programs
  • Building educational equity across frontline neighborhoods
  • Transportation to medical care centers and workplaces

Plan, Share, Go

  • Identifies the most in use routes by community members most in need of transportation (job centers, hospitals, schools, churches, …)
  • Matches community members with preplanned routes
  • Drivers pick up members from the Mobility Hub or their predetermined locations and drop them off at the preplanned destinations
  • Same service will be used for delivery of groceries, medicine, and other necessities

Our Community CarShare Program

  • Launched in May 2017
  • Provide clean, zero-emission electric vehicles and equitable mobility in disadvantaged communities
  • See Our Community CarShare Program for more details

Contact Information

Angelina Rahimi:, (916) 790-0948
Gina O’Neal, Special Projects:, (916) 622-8433
Green Technical Education & Employment:, (916) 224-1024, 1026 Florin Rd #152 Sacramento CA
Lamont Davis, Executive Assistant:, (916) 741-7277


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