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
Morris Meyer Virginia Clean Energy Sterling 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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Kevin Weng VIMS / William&Mary Richmond Virginia
I support the Transportation and Climate Initiative. I urge Virginia leaders to join this effort to reduce transport related pollution.
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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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Brian O'Malley On behalf of 14 signatories including the Central Maryland Transportation Alliance Baltimore Maryland
Please see the attached letter signed by 14 organizations in Maryland.
Joint Comments_ TCI-P Draft Model Rule and Public Engagement - Maryland Advocates.pdf
Jenny Hansbrough Healthcare Harrisonburg Virginia
I strongly oppose the plan to increase the cost of gas for this project. Families and businesses are already hurting from the “government free money” plan - no one wants to work! Now you want to...
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Jane Pellegrino Virginia Interfaith Power and Light Norfolk Virginia
Efficient mass transportation is an important part of a climate conscious future.
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Bruce Stambaugh sefl Rockingham 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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Mike O'Connor Virginia Petroleum & Convenience Marketers Assocation RIchmond Virginia
Document attached
TCI MOU May 7 comments.docx
Mike M. Self New City New York
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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Mary Mathena LCV Virginia Beach Virginia
I would like to see an emphasis on electric vehicles and more power stations as we get closer to 2030. This should be extended to public transportation of all kinds, including paratransit.
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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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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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Marcia Keener Environmental Policy Consultant, Keener Consulting Fredericksburg Virginia
I urgently believe that the Transportation and Climate Initiative Program (TCI-P) is necessary to address our key regional sources of pollution. With each governance innovation, we must better...
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Brett Vassey Virginia Manufacturers Association Richmond Virginia
Please see attached file.
VMA - TCI Comments - 5-7-21 - Final.pdf
Donelle Sawyer VA League of Conservation Voters Vienna Virginia
Emissions, from a wide variety of vehicles which account for nearly half of Virginia's carbon output, are a huge driver of climate change, while also emitting toxic air pollution that falls...
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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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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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Rebekah Whilden Sierra Club Washington District of Columbia
See comments attached.
TCI Model Rule comments Sierra Club 5.7.2021.pdf
Leonard Scharf NTRA Williamsburg Virginia
I call for the TCI-P Model Rule to include (1) a minimum investment amount to ensure overburdened and under served communities in Virginia receive a greater-then-proportional share of investments...
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Brian Moran New England Convenience Store & Energy Marketers Association Stoughton Massachusetts
New England Convenience Store & Energy Marketers Association
NECSEMA Comments TCI Model Rule 5-07-21 (FNL).pdf

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