The Missouri Department of Natural Resources accepted applications Monday, March 2 through May 31, 2020 at 5 p.m. CDT. Qualifying applicants included government agencies and private entities that own eligible buses.

Implementation Guidelines

Program requirements

For the purposes of this category, “Government,” means a state or local government agency (including a school district, municipality, city, county, special district, transit district, joint powers authority, or port authority, owning fleets purchased with government funds), and a tribal government or native village.

Program Requirements must be followed. Highlights include:

  • Eligible engine model years are 2009 and older.
  • Eligible vehicles are government–owned and nongovernment-owned buses 2009 and older engine model year Class 4-8 vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating greater than 14,000 pounds used for transporting people. School buses are not eligible under this award category.
  • Old engine or vehicle must be permanently disabled.
  • May repower or replace with new diesel, biodiesel, alternate fuel, or all-electric engine.
  • May receive from 25% to 75% of the cost of the project, depending on repower or replacement, and government or nongovernment ownership.
  • Maximum amount of fund request per applicant this round is $1 million.

SAM II Input Form

Awarded Projects

The list below shows applicants awarded under the Transit and Shuttle Bus category. The list includes selected applicants receiving funding from February 2019 to present.

Selected Awardees FY19

Project Ranking Information FY20