Future Transportation Programs
eBike Rebate Program
CEO will be establishing a statewide eBike rebate available to low- and moderate-income Coloradans with funding made available through SB22-193. CEO anticipates that the rebate will be available to individuals starting in mid-2023.
eCargo Bike Commercial Delivery Pilot Program
Through the Community Access Enterprise, the eCargo Bike Commercial Delivery Pilot Program will be a pilot grant program available to community-based organizations, local governments, bike shops, delivery fleets, and others for replacing traditional delivery fleet vehicles with eCargo bikes. CEO anticipates that this grant program will be open for applications in spring 2023.
Community Accelerated Mobility Project (CAMP)
Through the Community Access Enterprise, the Community Accelerated Mobility Project (CAMP) will be a new grant program designed to support communities in meeting a variety of community-defined mobility needs. The program will provide funding for community-driven projects with an electric mobility component, including electric carshare, electric vanpool, community eBike share, community charging infrastructure, and others. The technical readiness component of CAMP is anticipated to launch by June 30, 2023; and full implementation will occur in late 2023 or in 2024.
Vehicle Exchange Colorado (VXC) Program
Through the Community Access Enterprise, Colorado will be establishing a statewide rebate program to remove high-emitting vehicles from the road and replace them with battery electric vehicles (BEVs), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), and other low-emitting mobility options. CEO anticipates that the rebate will be available to low- and moderate-income Coloradans starting in mid-2023.
Zero Emission Medium- and Heavy-Duty Vehicle Infrastructure Program
CEO is currently developing a zero-emission medium- and heavy-duty (M/HD) vehicle infrastructure program designed to support the decarbonization of trucks, buses, and other related equipment. This competitive offering will be structured similarly to existing state infrastructure grant programs like Charge Ahead Colorado and EV Fast-Charging Plazas, but will be specific to the M/HD market segment. Focusing on both depot and public infrastructure, the program will offer funding based on technology and project scale and will be designed to enable a structured and efficient transition to clean, zero-emission medium- and heavy-duty vehicles. CEO anticipates that the program will launch during the second quarter (Q2) of 2023.