Funds Available For Reducing Pollution

$14.5 million in MSRC funding is available for projects to reduce car, truck, bus pollution in Southern California.

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August 28, 2000, 6:00 AM PDT

By California 2000

The MSRC is a committee responsible for funding transportation projects that reduce air pollution in Southern California. In a $14.5 million program administered by the Mobile SourceAir Pollution Reduction Review Committee (MSRC), alternative fueltransit buses, heavy duty vehicles, electric bicycles, and land usestrategies that contribute to emission reduction are all eligibleprojects for funding in efforts to reduce air pollution in SouthernCalifornia. The MSRC was formed with 1990 Assembly Bill 2766, whichallocated 30% of a $4 vehicle registration fee toward programsadministered by the MSRC. Proposals to apply for funding are due on Oct.5, 2000. For more information about the MSRC FY 2000/01 work program, visit theMSRC's Web site at or call 909/396-2777.

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