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 Lastsort descending Affiliation City State Input File
John Clewett Lewinsville Faith in Action Falls Church Virginia
We enthusiastically support the adoption of TCI-P by Virginia and other states in the region. TCI-P is a win-win proposition that will improve air quality and people's health while...
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Margaret Coffman AFP Harrisonburg Virginia
I’m opposed to Virginia joining the TCI. It will cost consumers and businesses too much at the gas pump.

Virginia should not join TCI. It will impact average citizens, truckers and...
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Laura Cofsky Individual Arlington Virginia
I support a strong TCI-P Model Rule that (1) ensures meaningful climate action to address Virginia's largest driver of our climate crisis, (2) directs significant investments to correcting...
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Jordan Cohen Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, LLP Denver Colorado
On behalf of Nacero, Inc., please find the attached comment letter.
5.7.21 TCI-P Comment Letter.pdf
Daphne Cole CBF Blackstone Virginia
It is unconscionable to consider reducing the current emissions allowance! We must constantly limit the amount of emissions in order to attain attain a sustainable level in our environment! As...
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Catherine Cooke VPIRG Burlington Vermont
I believe clean, equitable transportation is a necessity for Vermont. There are many areas without regular public transportation which would allow people to commute to employment and also allow...
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Stephen Cooper U.S. Government Defense Contractor Palmyra Virginia
Virginia cannot afford to join the TCI. The cost to the energy sector will trickle down and impact all Virginians using fuel.
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James Cooper Concerned citizen Daleville Virginia
Virginia cannot afford to join the TCI. The cost to the energy sector will trickle down and impact all Virginians using fuel.
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Phyllis Cox VAIPL Greenville Virginia
Rural areas continue to lack funding for transportation and the county in which I live, Augusta, is a prime example.
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Charles Craddock Insurance Earlysville Virginia
50 cent a gallon increase for gas will further hurt our already struggling economy. Virginia should not join TCI. It will impact average citizens,

truckers and businesses alike. Everything...
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Charles Craddock Jr Citizen/Taxpayer Charlottesville Virginia
Virginia should not join TCI. It will impact average citizens, truckers and businesses alike.
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JOHN CRUICKSHANK Sierra Club EARLYSVILLE Virginia
We must reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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Sandra Cuddy Virginia resident Fredericksburg Virginia
As a resident if Virginia, such a tax would make our retired lives here very difficult. Our income is limited. I’m not sure how we could afford transportation to the supermarket, doctor...
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Becky Daiss self Arlington Virginia
I am writing in strong support of the TCI-P as a much needed collaborative effort to put a brake on carbon emissions while investing in cleaner, more equitable and resilient transportation systems...
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Judi Daly citizen Moretown Vermont
TCI-P- must strengthen the Vermont economy, reduce carbon pollution, and address equity – specifically the needs of communities that are overburdened by fossil fuel pollution and under-served by...
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Edward Darling retired South Burlington Vermont
Support this inititiative.
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Edward Darling retired South Burlington Vermont
Please pass this long-awaited and much-needed initiative!
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Raymond Daskoski Republican/conservative Chelsea Maine
It's just another way/excuse to get money that can be spent recklessly. The Last thing Americans need is to have more or high taxes, this especially includes new taxes

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Thomas DeWeerd self Maidens Virginia
I support the Transportation & Climate Initiative (TCI) and the collaborative effort to put a brake on carbon emissions while investing in cleaner, more equitable and resilient transportation...
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Giovanni DiBianco Taxpayer Prospect Connecticut
I would like to know what the TCI does to help the American Taxpayer/ homeowner. If we are to pay more for the price of fossil fuels which we use to heat our homes and get to work. I would like to...
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