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
Statehouse News: Groups Urge MA Commission On The Future Of Transportation To Establish Regional Climate Policy Ensuring Reductions In Transportation CO2 Emissions
Massachusetts News Advisory and Daybook Calendar
Maryland Listening Session For Clean Transportation Charts Course For Regional Initiative To Reduce Motor Vehicle Pollution
Maryland Sierra Club, Maryland Environmental Health Network, Central Maryland Transportation Alliance, Baltimore Transit Equity Coalition and Maryland League of Conservation Voters Sign Letter to MDE, MDOT, and Maryland Climate Change Commission Urging Stronger Commitment on Low-carbon Transportation Policy for Mid-Atlantic.
Albany Listening Session For Clean Transportation Is Positive First Step In Regional Commitment To Modernization
Acadia Center, Ceres, NRDC, Sierra Club, and Union of Concerned Scientists See Momentum from Northeast and Mid-Atlantic States at First Listening Session after Bonn Pledge to Develop Clean Transportation
Stakeholders See a Promising Model in RGGI’s Successful “Cap-and-Invest” Approach to Tackling Power Plant Emissions; NRDC, Acadia Center, Sierra Club, UCS and Others Praise Initial Step by States.