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
Bill Pugh individual resident of TCI state Alexandria Virginia
I strongly support the model-rule for the TCI program. A regional cap-and-trade program is essential to lower climate emissions of the biggest source here in my home state of Virginia.
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Mark Eakin retired Silver Spring Maryland
Transportation is the biggest source of greenhouse gas emissions in the region, as well as dangerous particulates that cause health problems like asthma. Particulate emissions especially impact...
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Jacqui Lieberman Self Washington District of Columbia
I am supportive of the TCI-P. While it is not a perfect solution, it will move the ball forward to decrease air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, improve public health, and generate revenues...
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Paul Wierenga Independent Fuel Terminal Operators Association Washington District of Columbia
Please see enclosed comments.
Comments of IFTOA on TCI Draft Model Rule (5.7.2021).pdf
John Cartmill Faith Alliance for Climate Solutions Herndon Virginia
The TCI-P is a good way forward on cutting carbon and particulate emissions from the transportation sector on of the biggest polluting sectors in our area. The positive benefits on climate and...
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Stanley Wong NACS, NATSO, and SIGMA Washington District of Columbia
Please see attached comments from the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS), the National Association of Truckstop Operators (NATSO), and the Society of Independent Gasoline Marketers...
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NACS NATSO SIGMA TCI Draft Model Rule - Comment Letter.pdf
Sandra Whitt Virginia Interfaith Piwer and Light Christiansburg 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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Hal Donahue retired energy executive Great Falls Virginia
Remember acid rain? Many of you may not as it is no longer poisoning our earth and water. One way this problem was so dramatically and quickly solved was a proposal similar to TCI-P.
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Charlotte Shnaider teacher Staunton Virginia
We need to stop fossil fuel equipment
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Molly Morabito Dream Corps Green For All Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
We need a Transportation and Climate Initiative Program (TCI-P) that prioritizes program benefits for communities hit hardest by COVID-19, poverty, and pollution. The model rule sets a crucial...
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#FuelChange TCI Model Rule Petition Delivery_5_2021_MM - Sheet1.pdf
Sam Wade Coalition for Renewable Natural Gas Sacramento California
Please see our attached comment letter on the Draft Model Rule.
210507 RNGC Comments on TCI Draft Model Rule.pdf
Jim Jewett citizen Locust Dale Virginia
I oppose Virginia joining the group. This will only add to consumer and business costs and have no impact on CO2 emissions.
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Susan Bartram Lewinsville Faith in Action McLean Virginia
I support a strong TCIP- Model Rule. The burden climate change places on our communities is steadily worsening. Action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions is needed now; we cannot delay any longer...
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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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Sue Gier None Singers Glen Virginia
l would like for the TCI-P Model Rule to include these three items:

* a minimum investment amount to ensure overburdened and underserved communities in Virginia receive

a...
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John Wise Rockbridge Area Conservation Council Lexington Virginia
To whom it may concern,



I support a strong TCI-P Model Rule that:

(1) Ensures meaningful climate action to address Virginia's largest driver of our climate crisis,...
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jennifer schutt na henrico Virginia
put a brake on carbon emissions while investing in cleaner, more equitable and resilient transportation systems
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David Peabody, FAIA Alexandria Citizen Alexandria Virginia
It is time that Virginia, long crippled by special interest lobbies manipulating people to vote against their own best interests, finally steps up on the existential threat posed by a changing...
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Steve Banashek Self Alexandria Virginia
Transportation is the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions and a significant source of particulate pollution in Virginia and that is why I support a strong TCI-P Model Rule that (1) ensures...
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Cynthia Wackerbarth Knox Presbyterian Church Falls Church 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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