By David Abel
After years of negotiations, Massachusetts and other states on the East Coast are poised to sign a landmark agreement that would constitute one of the nation’s most ambitious efforts to fight climate change.
By Bruce DePuyt
A public opinion survey released by backers of a multi-state initiative to reduce vehicle-generated pollution found high levels of support for their proposal.
By Evan Popp
A majority of Mainers support a regional effort to limit carbon pollution from transportation and to raise funds to transition to cleaner transportation options, according to a poll released Wednesday.
By Lisa Prevost
More than 7 in 10 respondents said they strongly or somewhat support their state’s participation in the Transportation and Climate Initiative.
MONTPELIER, VT — Support for the Transportation & Climate Initiative (TCI) is strong among Vermonters based on data from a new representative survey conducted by Climate Nexus and the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication (YPCCC) on behalf of the Our Transportation Future (OTF) coalition. The poll data was released this morning. Find the results here: https://www.ourtransportationfuture.org/tcipoll.
By Clare Secrist
A new Yale University survey found that 67% of U.S. voters support the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI) to jumpstart the economy.
By Barbara Moran
A poll released Wednesday finds that 72% of voters in Massachusetts are in favor of the state joining the Transportation & Climate Initiative (TCI), a regional pact to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from cars and trucks.
Rural Voters on Eastern Seaboard See Benefits of Regional Transportation Improvements, Says New Polling Data Commissioned by The Nature Conservancy
Polling publicly released today from The Nature Conservancy done by the bipartisan pollster team of New Bridge Strategy and Fairbank, Maslin, Maulllin, Metz & Associates shows that three quarters of small town and rural voters in Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states support the creation of a state clean transportation fund. This is significant as transportation improvements and funding are being considered by the jurisdictions participating in the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI). TCI is an effort by policymakers from 12 eastern states and the District of Columbia to design a region-wide policy that would both reduce carbon emissions from transportation and provide improved efficiency of and access to transportation systems.
By David Abel
Massachusetts and 11 other Northeastern and mid-Atlantic states released a framework agreement on Tuesday for a “cap-and-invest” system to curb transportation emissions, the nation’s largest source of greenhouse gases.