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.
First Last Affiliation City State Input File
daria parnes Self Herndon Virginia
Cp/I is necessary in order to encourage clean emissions from all gasoline powered vehicles as they are phased out and cleaner

Alternatives are developed. Please consider the ROI on this...
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Eldon Boes NA Alexandria Virginia
I strongly support Virginia's participation in a regional transportation and climate initiative. Virginia must move forward to do its share in reducing global greenhouse gas emissions, and...
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Greg Singleton Virginia resident concerned about climate change Springfield Virginia
Transportation emissions are a huge driver of climate change, accounting for nearly half of Virginia’s carbon output, while also emitting toxic air pollution that falls disproportionately on low-...
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Jeff Schafer None Everett Washington
TCI-P,

"According to soil scientists, at current rates of soil destruction (i.e. decarbonization,.....),....we will literally no longer have enough arable topsoil to feed ourselves....
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'DECARBONIZATION' is causing 'SOIL DESTRUCTION' (from Regenerative Agriculture site) [WORD version].docx
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
Barbara Duerk CONNECT NOW Roanoke Virginia
Climate and air quality are directly related to a healthy community. Community design should be walking and bicycling friendly. HEALTHY community includes neighborhood schools where children can...
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Carol Stephens League of Women Voters Richmond Metro Richmond Virginia
I do not have the background to understand the technical aspects of your draft model. However, I do feel that it is important to make known to the public the plans being incorporated in the...
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Rachel Levy Virginia Interfaith Power & Light member Ashland Virginia
[I/we] 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...
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Jim Lindsay None Arlington Virginia
Transportation emissions are a huge driver of climate change, accounting for nearly half of Virginia’s carbon output, while also emitting toxic air pollution that falls disproportionately on low-...
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Linda Mullen NASVirginia A-KSC (retired) Penn Laird Virginia
Virginia should not join TCI. It will impact average citizens, truckers, and businesses alike.
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William Espinosa concerned citizen and member of various organizations ffighting climate change Ivy Virginia
No issue is more important than addressing the climate crisis and everything that can reasonably be done to minimize GHG emissions from the transportation sector should be undertaken. Please take...
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Oliver Speck Private Richmond Virginia
I strongly support this.
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Steven Gillard Parent and Presbyterian Ruling Elder Arlington Virginia
I support TCI-P as an effort to lower emission from the transportation sector and to raise revenue to fund the infrastructure we need to further reduce emissions and to support frontline...
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Margaret Ozierski Member of the Public Richmond Virginia
I support the TCI-P! Please put the brakes on pollution and conserve our environment in VA and the area.
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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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Chris Herb CEMA Cromwell Connecticut
Please see our comments attached in opposition.
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Ralph Grove Sierra Club Richmond Virginia
Transportation emissions are a significant problem, affecting air pollution, climate change, and environmental injustice.



We need a modern, sustainable transportation system that...
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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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Philomena Dunkl University of Virginia Charlottesville Virginia
I oppose Virginia joining the TCI. The policies of the TCI to reduce carbon emission will result in increased costs for energy and gasoline. These costs will be a burden to businesses and...
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Staci Rubin Conservation Law Foundation Boston Massachusetts
Please see the attached comments of Conservation Law Foundation regarding the Draft Model Rule and Public Engagement.
Comments on TCI Model Rule, Public Engagement Planning 5.7.21.pdf

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