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Community CarShare Program

The Sac Metro Air District has been awarded grant funds by the California Air Resources Board from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund, which are proceeds from the State's Cap-and-Trade Program. These grant funds have been used to launch a pilot car-sharing​ program in the greater Sacramento area to benefit disadvantaged communities. The Sac Metro Air District is partnering with Zipcar, the city of Sacramento, the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD), the Sacramento Housing Redevelopment Authority, Mutual Housing and Policy in Motion.

The CarShare program has placed battery-powered electric vehicles at affordable housing communities and the Sac Valley Train Station. Using a reservation system, participants in the CarShare program, including residents of the selected communities, can access the electric CarShare vehicles for zero emission mobility.


Status: Open

 Contacts

 

 

O'Nealhttps://www.airquality.org/MobileSources/Lists/Contacts/DispForm.aspx?ID=11GinaO'Neal279-207-1141Associate Air Quality Plannergoneal@airquality.orgSac Metro Air District
Charkiewiczhttps://www.airquality.org/MobileSources/Lists/Contacts/DispForm.aspx?ID=3SteffaniCharkiewicz916-201-8488Air Quality Engineerscharkiewicz@airquality.orgSac Metro Air District

 Documents / Forms

 

 

 Additional Links

 

 

DispForm.aspxhttps://www.airquality.org/MobileSources/Lists/Links/DispForm.aspx?ID=18DispForm.aspx<a href="http://ourcarshare.org/" target="_blank">Our Community CarShare Website </a>Program Links

 

 

Incentive Program Page
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