Coalition: Transportation Emissions and Mobility (Team) Community Act Will Cut Pollution, Invest in Transit and Infrastructure
‘TEAM’ Community Act Introduced in House and Senate; Business and Stakeholder Groups Encouraged as Rhode Island Looks to Join Regional Transportation & Climate Initiative Program
Setting the Record Straight: Tufts Report Often Cited by Opponents of the Transportation & Climate Initiative Reflects “Something Different Than What TCI-P Has Turned Out to Be”
“Our Transportation Future” is Encouraged by CT Environmental Committee Vote; Bill Parallels Federal Infrastructure Efforts, Ensuring Improvements for Urban, Suburban and Rural Commuters
Coalition: Eastern States And D.C. One Big Step Closer to Modernized Transportation Under TCI Program’s Release of “Encouraging” Draft Rule
“Our Transportation Future” is Committed to Helping Shape a Final Model Rule with Focus on Enhanced Equity, Health, and Climate Benefits.WASHINGTON, DC – March 1, 2021 – The Our Transportation Future (OTF) coalition is encouraged by the Transportation & Climate Initiative Program (TCI-P) draft model rule, released today by 11 states and Washington, DC. The draft model rule follows the December commitment by Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and the District of Columbia to participate in the program to reduce harmful air-pollution and modernize transportation in the Eastern U.S., and an announcement by 8 other states (Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Vermont, and Virginia) that they are also considering the program.
Coalition Applauds First East Coast Governors Committing to Groundbreaking Transportation & Climate Initiative Program
First States Confirm Participation, More to Follow: Leading Environmental, Transit, Equity and Health Organizations Champion East Coast States for “Bold and Ambitious” Plan to Cut Pollution and Modernize the Transportation Sector
Poll: Seven in 10 Voters Support Transportation and Climate Initiative "As Part of the Recovery from the Pandemic"
Getting Essential Workers to Their Jobs Seen as No. 1 Priority, Followed by Cutting Pollution and Unsnarling Traffic; Voters Back Governors Engaged During COVID-19 Crisis in Multi-State TCI Effort to Improve Outdated Transportation System.
200 ORGANIZATIONS URGE NORTHEAST, MID-ATLANTIC GOVERNORS TO MOVE ON “AMBITIOUS AND EQUITABLE” TRANSPORTATION AND CLIMATE INITIATIVE (TCI)
Groups Push For “Strong Safeguards and Guarantees for Overburdened and Underserved Communities” in 12 TCI States & DC; Need for State Leadership Seen As U.S. Formally Abandons Paris Climate Agreement.
HARVARD STUDY: PLAN TO MODERNIZE TRANSPORTATION IN MID-ATLANTIC & NORTHEAST REGION WILL YIELD MAJOR HEALTH GAINS AS A RESULT OF REDUCED POLLUTION
Our Transportation Future: Up to $11.1 Billion in Health Benefits by 2032, Every County in Region Could Benefit from Cleaner Air and New Investment in Public Transit and Pollution-Free Transportation
PUBLIC COMMENTS SHOW “OVERWHELMING SUPPORT” FOR PROGRAM TO CUT POLLUTION AND MODERNIZE TRANSPORTATION IN NORTHEAST AND MID-ATLANTIC STATES
“It’s a Big Hit!”: More Than 9 Out of 10 Back Transportation & Climate Initiative