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Washington Zero-emissions Access Program Grant by Washington State Dept. of Transportation

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July 6, 2024

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is set to launch the Washington Zero-emissions Access Program (ZAP) Grant to expand and create new carsharing programs in the state. The competitive grant is open to nonprofit organizations and local governments, including cities, counties, housing authorities, ports, and public transit agencies.

The program has a starting budget of $1.1 million for the 2023-2025 biennium, with awards ranging from $50,000 to $200,000 per project. Funds for non-government organizations must be used solely for the Carshare program. The grant cannot be combined with other competitive state public transportation grants.

Program DetailsInformation
Program NameWashington Zero-emissions Access Program Grant from Washington State Dept. of Transportation
Program GeographyState
Program StatusRebate program is coming soon. Cannot be combined with other competitive state public transportation grants.
Funds Remaining$1.1 million starting budget
End Date06/30/2025
Program History
  • 07/05/2023: The 2023-2025 biennium application period is expected to open soon.
  • 05/17/2023: The rebate program is now closed.
  • 04/13/2023: The rebate program is now open until May 17th.
Important NotesGrant is intended to expand and create new carsharing programs. Funds for non-government organizations must be used only for the Carshare program. Program confirmed if there is another call for applications, it would likely be in Spring 2025.
ZAP Grant
  • Rebate Type: Custom
  • Competitive grant open to nonprofit organizations or local governments (cities, counties, housing authorities, ports, and public transit agencies)
  • Awards will be $50,000 – $200,000 per project
  • Rebate Details: Custom rebate up to 90% of Project Cost
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