TCI Regional Policy Design Stakeholder Submissions

Material submitted through the TCI Public Input form will be published here. All material submitted will inform the participating jurisdictions in the TCI regional policy design process. Please note that all submissions are reviewed before posting, so it may take several days for new submissions to appear on this page. Click on the column headings to sort the submissions. 
First Last Affiliation City State Input File
Maurice Samuels Concerned citizen Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
A cap on carbon emissions of at least 25% by 2032



An increase in the minimum investment in overburdened and underserved communities (>35%)



Request that investments...
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Anastasia Gordon Alliance for Clean Energy NY Albany New York
ACE NY comments on the proposed equity strategies for TCI.
Comments on TCI Equity Strategies.pdf
Isabel Yannatos Clean Air Council Philadelphia Pennsylvania
We need a strong TCI. Please include

1. A cap on carbon emissions of at least 25% by 2032

2. An increase in the minimum investment in overburdened and underserved communities (>35...
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Lauren Bailey Tri-State Transportation Campaign Trenton New Jersey
Please find attached a group of New Jersey-based organizations' comments regarding the proposed equity commitments and other considerations for TCI.
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Comments on TCI roundtable equity comments (1).pdf
Kasia Hart Metropolitan Area Planning Council Boston Massachusetts
Attached, please find a letter from the Metropolitan Area Planning Council regarding the proposed equity provisions for TCI.
2020-10-09_TCI Equity Letter_Final.pdf
Stephen Gliva none Evanston Illinois
A cap on carbon emissions of at least 25% by 2032

An increase in the minimum investment in overburdened and underserved communities (>35%)

Request that investments be put towards...
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Theresa Epp DHMC Thetford Vermont
We need to stop hesitating to take control of our future.
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Brad Snyder World citizen, Scientist, Educator, Goals: Protect the natural world/nature/biodiversity, Fight climate change. Maple Grove Minnesota
As a Science Teacher/Outdoor-Environmental Educator and a former Engineer, my top priorities have always been the three E's - Energy, Environment, and Education!



We MUST...
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Christine Dolle none Swarthmore Pennsylvania
I would like my children (and all children!) to be able to learn, and play, and grow in areas free from noxious emissions from idling school buses, cars, and other forms of transportation.
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Eileen Chieco Clean Air Council Oakland California
I am urging a cap on carbon emissions of at least 25% by 2032; an increase in the minimum investment in overburdened and underserved communities (>35%); and I request that investments be put...
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Querido Galdo Mr. Oakland California
I live in California but spend a lot of time in New York and DC. I feel strongly that climate change mitigation is the single most important goal all agencies need to have right now. If we do not...
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Gerritt and Elizabeth Baker-Smith PC(USA) Portsmouth Virginia
We are writing to encourage an support a strongTransportation and Climate Initiative which would include:

A cap on carbon emissions of at least 25% by 2032

An increase in the minimum...
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Nick Zuwiala-Rogers Clean Air Council Philadelphia Pennsylvania
See attached comments on behalf of Clean Air Council.
Clean Air Council TCI Comment 10.15.20.pdf
Jonah Kurman-Faber Climate XChange Somerville Massachusetts
Please see attached for a technical memo by Climate XChange that responds to the TCI state's first listed equity provision on the September 29th equity webinar. In particular, this memo...
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CXC Technical Memo - TCI Investment Equity.pdf
jon longsworth World Citizen Aptos California
For a strong Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI) program, right out of the gate:

– Before 2032 (if not in half that time, 2027 or sooner): a reduction in carbon emissions to no less...
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Anthony Modafferi New York Municipal Power Agency Syracuse New York
Please see attached
Final- MEUA NYMPA TCI Comments 10-15-20.pdf
Shari Shaltout Public Ventnor City New Jersey
A cap on carbon emissions of at least 25% by 2032

An increase in the minimum investment in overburdened and underserved communities (>35%)

Request that investments be put towards...
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Amy Tecosky-Feldman CCL, CANN Narberth Pennsylvania
Our town is out of space and can't expand. It we are to maintain our small business district and tax base we need to eliminate some parking to make space for people in public space. That...
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Nancy Chismar self Edison New Jersey
We must move forward in the attempt to protect our air and waters with the low carbon transportation policy. States must initiate these important projects as we await sanity in Washington.
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Diana Saxon Home Salem Oregon
My city has already switch public transportation (city buses) over to natural gas. Using electric buses is just a matter of time & money, but I'm certain it WILL happen. Other places need...
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