By Allen Young : bizjournals – excerpt
Transform, a nonprofit that promotes alternative transportation and urban density has created a website that maps out projects funded through California’s cap-and-trade program.
The tool marks the state’s first easy-to-read geographic mapping of cap-and-trade grants, which are now being disbursed through a handful of state agencies. The map includes West Gateway Place, a 77-unit housing project in West Sacramento that received more than $6 million last month, mostly for improvements to surrounding infrastructure.
“We hope this is a resource for anyone to use to see what is going on in your community and what kinds of projects are coming,” said Shannon Tracey, a spokeswoman for Transform, an Oakland-based nonprofit… (more)