View Public Input on TCI-P

This page shows public input on the TCI-P development and implementation process received through the online TCI-P Public Input Portal. You can submit your input here.
 
For more information on how to reach out to your jurisdiction directly, see the TCI Jurisdiction Points of Contact page.
 
All public input on the TCI-P development and implementation process received through the online TCI-P Public Input Portal since March 1, 2021 appears on this page. You can view public input from the 2019-2020 policy development process here.
Firstsort descending Last Affiliation City State Input File
Aaron Moyer None-Consumer Ruckersville Virginia
I’m opposed to Virginia joining the TCI. It will cost consumers and businesses too much at the gas pump. It's idiotic to believe human activity has a significant impact on world climate....
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Adam Siegel Self McLean Virginia
In the Commonwealth of Virginia, the transportation sector is the key (and essentially largest) polluter -- from particulates that harm human health to carbon emissions that worsen climate risks....
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Adam Siegel Self McLean Virginia
In the Commonwealth of Virginia, the transportation sector is the key (and essentially largest) polluter -- from particulates that harm human health to carbon emissions that worsen climate risks....
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Akara Draper none East Dummerston Vermont
Dear Governor Scott,

I feel that it is imperative that Vermont join the TCI-P. The program needs to achieve three critical needs: it must strengthen the Vermont economy, reduce carbon...
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Alexander Pellegrino CCAN Harrisonburg Virginia
I am writing in broad support of this model rule with a few specific recommendations for incorporation. Overall, TCI represents an important step for our commonwealth to be better regional...
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Alexandra Wyatt GRID Alternatives Washington District of Columbia
Please see attached comments.
2021-05-07 GRID Alternatives TCI-P Draft Model Rule Comments.pdf
Alison Bennett Saint Mark Presbyterian Church Potomac Maryland
I am a Presbyterian elder who cares deeply for God’s creation. A stable climate is the most fundamental determinant of health. With our pollution, we are contributing to more and earlier deaths...
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Allison Love none Stanardsville Virginia
There is NOTHING else more important than protecting the air that we breathe and the planet on which we reside. Human beings can change, but to do so, we must put aside greed and selfishness, and...
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Amanda Yoder Individual Chesapeake Virginia
I call for the TCI-P Model Rule to include (1) a minimum investment amount to ensure overburdened and underserved communities in Virginia receive a greater-then-proportional share of investments...
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Anastasia Gordon Alliance for Clean Energy New York Albany New York
Please find attached our comments on New York and the TCI-P Draft Model Rule and Public Engagement Plan.
ACE NY Comments on TCI-P Draft Model Rule and Public Engagement.pdf
Andres Lavilla This will increase gas prices Lorton Virginia
Please do not enter into TCI. This would increase taxes on fuels and disproportionately affect lower-income in minority communities. Virginians can't take another tax hike right now.
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Andrew Stockner America Abingdon Virginia
According to the International Energy Agency’s May 2019 Global Electric

Vehicle Outlook, EVs start out with a carbon deficit due to the amount of pollutants

released. However, the...
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Andrew Alden Earth Blacksburg Virginia
We face a lot of tough challenges with reducing GHG productiong to address the Global Climate Emergency. Fortunately, transportation is one area where we can really changes things for the better...
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Andrew Kambour The Nature Conservancy Arlington Virginia
Please see the attached file for The Nature Conservancy's comments on the TCI-P Draft Model Rule
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TNC Comments - TCI Draft Model Rule 5-7-21.pdf
Anne Riordan Virginia Resident & Tax Payer Fredericksburg Virginia
Studies and research project that this initiative (TCI) will only reduce global temperature by a minute amount; while costing Virginians an exorbitant (regressive) carbon tax on the fuel they need...
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April Georgelas Concerned Citizen and Community Activist McLean Virginia
I support putting a "brake" on carbon emissions. This is not accomplished by building more Lanes....such as More Harmful HOTLanes in Northern VA with 495NEXT. More creative transit...
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Ark Lemal ? Williston Vermont
The sooner we stop paying for fossil fuels to move ourselves around the state, the fewer dollars leave the state and less CO2 ends up in the atmosphere. It's a win-win for VT. Let's get...
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Audrianne Welborn Private citizen Charlottesville Virginia
I am totally opposed to Virginia joining the TCI. This has been a devastating year for Virginia families and businesses, and most are just now beginning to regain a somewhat normal life again....
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Audrianne Welborn Private citizen Charlottesville Virginia
I am totally opposed to Virginia joining the TCI. This has been a devastating year for Virginia families and businesses, and most are just now beginning to regain a somewhat normal life again....
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Barbara Huibregtse Vermont resident Danville Vermont
I support a strong TCI as a response to the climate crisis and the need to decarbonize the economy in a time when transportation shares such a high contribution to emissions. In addition,...
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