New Technology Reserve Program

Transforming Our Future

CITY OF FRESNO – Fresno City College

The FCC West Satellite Campus Advanced Propulsion Systems Training Campus will be located at Church and Walnut, serving the Central Valley as a training facility for advanced transportation automotive, fleet, and Alternative Fueled Vehicles (AFV)/Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV)/Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) maintenance. This new program will provide students with workforce training and educational pathways leading to high-demand, high-quality jobs while also investing in Fresno’s south-west area. Fall 2019 Classes will be available.

CITY OF FRESNO – Public Works

This project will fund the installation of a state-of-the-art Adaptive Signal Control Technology (ASCT) system in Downtown Fresno along Fresno Street, Van Ness Avenue and the Downtown Bus Rapid Transit corridors. The ASCT adaptive system will employ wireless vehicle detection technology for real-time monitoring and continuous synchronization.

CITY OF FRESNO – Fresno County Rural Transit Agency

This project will fund the purchase of 15 Chevy Bolts (electric vehicles), 40 electric vehicle charging units and a smartphone app. The vehicles will be used to expand the existing FCRTA routes.

CITY OF FRESNO – FAX Microtransit Pilot Program

FAX will conduct a microtransit demonstration project in an area of the City of Fresno that currently does not have public transit services. The microtransit proposed is a technology enabled transit service that offers flexible routing and scheduling of minibus vehicles. This grant would fund the operating costs of the project.

CITY OF FRESNO – City of Clovis Transit

This project will fund the purchase of 2 electric shuttles and chargers for a 3-year pilot program to collect data to determine feasibility and operational requirements of these electric vehicles on paratransit and fixed-routes.

PROJECT SPONSORING AGENCY SERVICE AREA SERVICE AREA
Fresno State Transportation Institute FCOG California State University, Fresno Foundation $2,977,889
FAX Public Transit Innovations City of Fresno $330,000
Advanced Technology School Buses City of Sanger Sanger USD | Central USD $1,108,036
FCRTA Electric Bus/Rail Connector Service FCOG FCRTA $2,536,321
Sustainable Aviation City of Mendota | City of Reedley Reedley College | Mazzei Flying Service CALSTART $1,071,348
$8,023,594

 

 

PROJECT NAME PARTNERING AGENCY APPLICANT’S FUNDING REQUEST APPLICANT’S MATCH FUNDING COMMITMENT MAG FUNDING RECOMMENDATION % FUNDING RECOMMENDED
FCC West Satellite Training Campus City of Fresno – Fresno City College $1,995,500 $198,010 $1,995,500 100% funding recommended
Project Summary This project will create an advanced propulsion system training program on the new Fresno City College West Satellite Campus located at Church and West.  This new program will provide students with workforce training and educational pathways leading to high-demand, high-quality jobs.
Dynamic Downtown City of Fresno – Public Works $1,813,000 $37,000 $1,813,000 100% funding recommended
Project Summary This project will fund the installation of a state-of-the-art Adaptive Signal Control Technology (ASCT) system in Downtown Fresno along Fresno Street, Van Ness Avenue and the Downtown Bus Rapid Transit corridors.  The ASCT adaptive system will employ wireless vehicle detection technology for real-time monitoring and continuous synchronization.
FAX Microtransit Pilot City of Fresno – FAX $500,948 $0 $500,948 100% funding recommended
Project Summary FAX will conduct a microtransit demonstration project in two areas of the City of Fresno that currently do not have public transit services.  The microtransit proposed is a technology-enabled transit service that offers flexible routing and scheduling of minibus vehicles. This grant would fund the operating costs of the project.
FCRTA Rural Electric Vehicle Utilization Project (REV-UP) Fresno County Rural Transit Agency $748,000 $250,000 $748,000 100% funding recommended
Project Summary This project will fund the purchase of 15 Chevy Bolts (electric vehicles), 40 electric vehicle charging units and the smartphone app.  The vehicles will be used to expand the existing FCRTA routes.
Clovis Transit Electric Bus Pilot City of Clovis Transit $407,283 $283,149 $407,283 100% funding recommended
Project Summary This project will fund the purchase of 2 electric shuttles and chargers for a 3-year pilot program to collect data to determine feasibility and operational requirements of these electric vehicles on paratransit and fixed-routes.
City of Reedley The project will create and operate a microtransit service in the City of Reedley with flexibility to include other communities upon successful operation of the initial phase.