Oakland, California, planning e-bike library to cut congestion and carbon

  • Date: 08/15/2022

Can an electric bike lending program reduce congestion and smog in low-income city neighborhoods while improving mobility? Oakland, California, is looking to find out.

The city is in the midst of its five-year Clean Mobility Options Voucher Pilot Program project, funded last year with a $1 million grant from the California Air Resources Board. The CARB grants are designed to support zero-emission mobility projects that help communities overcome residents’ transportation challenges.

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