OTF News Releases

OTF News Releases

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

NEW POLLING CONFIRMS STRONG SUPPORT ACROSS EASTERN REGION FOR TRANSPORTATION MODERNIZATION

Two-Thirds of Registered Voters Support Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Distributors Paying for Pollution; Survey Covers Seven States in Region: CT, MD, MA, NJ, NY, PA and VA.

MEMBERS OF “OUR TRANSPORTATION FUTURE” COALITION BACK NEW FRAMEWORK FOR TRANSPORTATION & CLIMATE INITIATIVE

Groups Calling for Regional Cap-And-Invest Program to Invest in Modern, Clean Infrastructure and Improving Public Transit React to Proposal for Implementation in Northeast and Mid-Atlantic States and Washington, D.C.

TRANSPORTATION NEWS: COALITION OF 59 GROUPS VOICES SUPPORT FOR 12 GOVERNORS AND MAYOR OF WASHINGTON, D.C. DEVELOPING REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION & CLIMATE INITIATIVE POLICY

“Our Transportation Future” coalition members – including environmental, health, scientific and business groups – issue sign-on letter supporting Northeast and Mid-Atlantic States’ effort to develop a regional agreement to reduce transportation emissions

OUR TRANSPORTATION FUTURE IS HERE: TRANSPORTATION & CLIMATE INITIATIVE “TCI 101” WEBINAR OPEN TO NEWS MEDIA

Coalition Working to Advance Regional Plan for Clean Transportation Invites News Media to Learn More About Transportation & Climate Initiative, Including Commitments from Nine Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states and Washington, D.C.

OURTRANSPORTATIONFUTURE.ORG: NEW BROAD-BASED ADVOCACY EFFORT BOOSTS REGIONAL INITIATIVE TO REDUCE VEHICLE POLLUTION

50 Groups Join Together to Help Lawmakers, City Officials and Business Leaders Develop 21st-Century Clean Transportation Network Offering More Options and Serving the Needs of All in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic

Transportation Advocates Commend States' Announcement To Develop Regional Program To Modernize Transportation And Reduce Vehicle Pollution

Governors of CT, DE, MA, MD, NJ, PA, RI, VA and VT, Mayor of Washington, D.C., Move Forward with Climate Policy for Transportation, After Year-long Process of Collecting Regional Input.

Clean Transportation Stakeholder Meetings In CT, DE, MD And NY Strengthen Commitments To Regional Planning

Groups Highlight Positive Findings of Summary Report on Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Listening Sessions; Majority of Participants Support Pricing Carbon to invest in Modernizing Transportation Infrastructure and Transit Systems