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Funding Available for New Bike Racks and eLockers

Author: Bike East Bay

Date: August 14, 2015

Photo Credit: Jym Dyer

The Bay Area Air Quality Managemend District has made $840,000 of Transportation Fund for Clean Air (TFCA) funds available to fund the purchase of new bike racks. Although only public agencies and institutions are eligible, you can get in touch with potential applicants and ask them to apply.

Last fiscal year, nearly $637,000 in TFCA funds were awarded to support the installation of new secure bicycle parking, which resulted in the installation of 2,200 bicycle rack parking spaces and 220 electronic lockers.

We know there are lot of East Bay cities that need better bike parking but don’t have the funding to purchase and install more racks. Encourage your city today to take action and provide safe and secure racks for residents.

Applications are currently being accepted and funding for eligible projects is available on a first-come, first-served basis, through January 29, 2016, or until all funds have been spent. All public agencies within Air District’s jurisdiction are eligible (e.g., cities, counties, schools, libraries, parks)

Contact your city planner from the list below, let them know about the upcoming pre-application webinar on September 15th, and suggest some key locations for new bike racks. Even better, talk with your local business owners, business association or business improvement district and ask them to send in requests to the city. 

Application Page for Electronic Lockers

Application Page for Bike Racks

Name City County Email
Gail Payne Alameda Alameda [email protected]
  Alamo Contra Costa  
Aleida Chavez Albany Alameda [email protected]
Rob Bernal Antioch Contra Costa [email protected]
Eric Anderson Berkeley Alameda [email protected]
Steve Kersevan Brentwood Contra Costa [email protected]
  Clayton Contra Costa  
Andy Mogensen Concord Contra Costa [email protected]
Ty Williams Danville Contra Costa [email protected]
William Lai Dublin Alameda [email protected]
Jim Townsend East Bay Regional Park District Both [email protected]
Melanie Mintz El Cerrito Contra Costa [email protected]
Marcy Greenhut Emeryville Alameda [email protected]
Rene Dalton Fremont Alameda [email protected]
Fred Kelley Hayward Alameda [email protected]
  Hercules Contra Costa  
Leah Greenblat Lafayette Contra Costa [email protected]
Bob Vinn Livermore Alameda [email protected]
Tim Tucker Martinez Contra Costa [email protected]
Ellen Clark Moraga Contra Costa [email protected]
Soren Newark Alameda [email protected]
Jason Patton Oakland Alameda [email protected]
  Oakley Contra Costa  
Larry Theis Orinda Contra Costa [email protected]
Kate Black Piedmont Alameda [email protected]
  Pinole Contra Costa  
Keith Halvorson Pittsburg Contra Costa [email protected]
Eric Hu Pleasant Hill Contra Costa [email protected]
Mike Tassano Pleasanton Alameda [email protected]
Patrick Phelan Richmond Contra Costa [email protected]
  Rodeo Contra Costa  
Reh-Lin Chen San Leandro Alameda [email protected]
Roberta Feliciano San Pablo Contra Costa [email protected]
Darlene Amaral San Ramon Contra Costa [email protected]
Paul Keener Unincorporated Alameda County Alameda [email protected]
John Cunningham Unincorporated Contra Costa Contra Costa [email protected]
Carmela Campbell Union City Alameda [email protected]
Jeremy Lochirco Walnut Creek Contra Costa [email protected]


Don’t want to speak to a planner? You can also get in touch with your local elected officials and ask them to direct staff to apply for funding. 

View the presentation from a past pre-application webinar.

General Questions about the Bike Rack Voucher Program can be directed to [email protected], or call (415) 749-4994.

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