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
McCaleb Doyle Mr. Tulsa Oklahoma
This is an amazing thing. Some things that will make it more amazing:

-Expansion to other states. There is only one passenger rail line in Oklahoma, and it only connects OKC to Texas....
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Bradley Kennedy University of Copenhagen Brattleboro Vermont
I recently returned to the US after nearly three years living in Copenhagen. European cities have already solved the problem of bicycling, so let's not try to reinvent the wheel. How do you...
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Judith Hinch Sierra Club, League of Women Voters VA, Chesapeake Virginia
Thank you Virginia for joining and working on this. The convergence of three revolutions will be important to encourage in the right direction- ride sharing/bike/car sharing; AVs and EVs. Shuttles...
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Arnetta E Baty Rounding The Bases, Inc Dorchester Massachusetts
I have few question that maybe you or someone from CLF might be able to help me.

1. How would current and future Climate changes affect all people living with Dementia and Alzheimer and...
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Angela King Bicycle Coalition of Maine Portland Maine
It was brought to my attention that TCI has marginalized the importance of creating more bike/ped infrastructure. I received this excerpt from your report: "Due to the physical exertion and...
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WARREN TUCKER DLF Group LLC Willingboro New Jersey
Our team is sharing an emission-free technology with France, Germany, Great Britian, Costa Rica and many more countries seeking to reduce the pollution and particle matter in their environment....
UBER_Investigative_Report_on_NMVs.pdf
Jeffrey Boucher 350 MA Beverly Massachusetts
This is a much needed step in our ongoing response to climate change. We need to be developing low/no carbon transportation systems now to insure the viability of our planet
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Brian Quillia us citizen Southbury Connecticut
While the TCI's work is commendable, I dispute that the proposed regional initiative is the proper path to follow regarding sustainable GHG emissions reductions across vehicle fleets. The...
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William Aldrich retired West Newton Massachusetts
I support the climate initiative. I STRONGLY support re-creating the electric trolley system that Massachusetts had until 1920 or so. Around then Mass had 3,200 miles of privately owned trolley...
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Valerie Zandoli NYC citizen Staten Island New York
Please be sure to address emissions of all municipal vehicles especially to include school buses and emergency services’ vehicles.
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john sykes Delaware Interfaith Power & Light Lewes Delaware
Please expand passenger rail service to central and lower Delaware.
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Judith Black Sustainable Marblehead, 350MASS, JCAN, New England Storytellers Marblehead Massachusetts
The transportation sector is responsible for about 40% of our greenhouse gas emissions. This must end. Major improvements in mass transit, an ongoing building of bicycle infrastructure, and the...
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Peter Cipparone The Croft School Boston Massachusetts
For the sake of our planet's sustainability and particularly the low-income communities most affected by climate concerns, I absolutely support a cap on emissions. Please participate!
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Scout Perry Citizen Boston Massachusetts
I'm writing in support of this carbon capping policy. I think it's a good step forward not only for the health of local communities, but for the planet as a whole in the fight against...
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George Forsen retired Williamstown Massachusetts
Climate change and global warming are existential threats to future generations. My stake in this initiative is as a private citizen concerned about our planet and its species. Not taking...
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Greg Kimber none Temple Maine
As a resident of rural Maine, I am often struck by how dependent I am on having a car, with all of the financial and environmental costs that entails. Given that, I am excited to see the ideas the...
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don mcgregor retired concerned citizen madison Connecticut
I am concerned we have a viable world for our children, their children and all that follow us. We need to take steps to reduce the amount of chemicals we create, put in the air, dump in the...
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Downing Cless 350 Massachusetts for a Better Future Arlington Massachusetts
Great idea that needs to be kicked into gear!
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Ruth Evans 1960 Newark Delaware
YES !! PLEASE give us a future with transportation that supports the climate initiative .
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Staci Rubin Conservation Law Foundation Boston Massachusetts
Please see the attached joint comments of 44 signatories throughout the TCI region regarding equity and equitable investments, including our recommendations for the final memorandum of...
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Equity & Investments Joint TCI Letter 3.20.20.pdf

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