TCI Regional Policy Design Stakeholder Submissions

Material submitted through the TCI Public Input form from April 2019-February 2021 is viewable here. View input submitted from March 1, 2021 forward here. All material submitted on this page informed the participating jurisdictions in the 2019-2020 TCI regional policy design process. Click on the column headings to sort the submissions. 
First Last Affiliation City State Input File
Phillip Ludvigsen First Environmnet, Inc. Boonton New Jersey
Financing Green Infrastructure moving toward a low-carbon economy is key. Green Bonds and loans are becoming a major market. Unfortunately many municipalities and corporations know very little...
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Green Bonds De-Risking Deals NYLJ Oct 2016.pdf
Sarah Simon E2 Boston Massachusetts
We should also look at investment in High speed, regional distance rail (VA to ME). Better GHG emission and energy choice than aviation (under about 1000 mi, ?) and probably easier to electrify....
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Anne Watson Montpelier City Council MONTPELIER Vermont
This seems like a plan that has some potential to make change in Vermont. I hope that it moves forward.

Dan Whipple taxpayer Wallingford Vermont
I abhor this theft of my livelihood via taxation for the fool's pursuit of Carbon Reduction. First most, carbon dioxide is NOT a pollutant! Anthropogenic climate change is NOT a proven...
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Laureen Boles New Jersey Environmental Justice Alliance Trenton New Jersey
Transportation Electrification: Developing High Impact Policies for NJ's Most Environmentally Burdened Communities
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Final Draft of NJEJA Transportation Electrification (4).pdf
Chris Dempsey Our Transportation Future Many Massachusetts
Our Transportation Future (OTF) is a coalition of local, state, regional, and national environmental, health, scientific, transportation, and business organizations committed to modernizing...
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Our Transportation Future _ Letter to TCI Governors_7.29.2019.pdf
Mark Kresowik Sierra Club Washington District of Columbia
August 7, 2019

To: Governor Baker, Mayor Bowser, Governor Carney, Governor Hogan, Governor Lamont, Governor Murphy, Governor Northam, Governor Raimondo, Governor Scott, and Governor...
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Sierra Club Member and Supporter Comments 8-7-19.pdf
Ramon Palencia-Calvo Maryland League of Conservation Voters - Chispa Maryland Annapolis Maryland
The signatories of the attached letter respectfully request that the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) and the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) designs and fosters a public...
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Stewart Schwartz Coalition for Smarter Growth Washington District of Columbia
To reduce emissions from transportation we need a strong focus on the land use/transportation connection. We need to focus growth in cities and towns and in walkable, mixed-use, mixed-income,...
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Joanne Ivancic Advanced Biofuels USA Frederick Maryland
Advanced Biofuels USA has two items to share. One is suggestions for fleet operators (city, county, state, region, businesses, organizations, universities, etc.) to defossilize fuel use as soon...
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Fleets article v3 AdvancedBiofuelsUSA comments to TCI 2019.pdf
Joanne Ivancic Advanced Biofuels USA Frederick Maryland
Continuing Advanced Biofuels USA comments: our proposal for a Disappearing Carbon Tax on the non-renewable portions of transportation fuel with proceeds prioritized to increasing the availability...
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Connor Dolan FCHEA Washington District of Columbia
Please see the attached comment sent on behalf of the Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association (FCHEA).
TCI Comments August 2019.docx
Anthony Cherolis Transport Hartford / BiCi Co. at the Center for Latino Progress Hartford Connecticut
Modeling greenhouse gas reduction from the adoption of electric vehicles without including in that model the life cycle greenhouse gas emissions due to the production (raw materials, manufacturing...
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Bruce Ho Natural Resources Defense Council Annapolis Maryland
Please find attached joint comments from 13 organizations on the reference case modeling results presented on the August 8th TCI webinar and on the TCI states' next steps in modeling. Thank...
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Joint Comments on 8_8 TCI Webinar.pdf
Lindsey Mendelson Maryland Sierra Club College Park Maryland
The letter attached signed by 27 organizations articulates key principles Maryland should incorporate in process and design of the Transportation & Climate Initiative with other states.
Maryland TCI Principles Letter 8.29.2019.pdf
Patrick Kelly American Petroleum Institute Washington District of Columbia
Please see attached.
TCI Comment API.pdf
Marc Breslow Climate XChange Boston Massachusetts
Please find attached joint comments from Climate XChange and Health Care Without Harm concerning the planned modeling scenarios for TCI, directed to the Technical Analysis Workgroup.
CXC-HCWH Modeling Comment Letter 8.30.19.pdf
Paul Allen M. J. Bradley & Associates Washington District of Columbia
On behalf of the signatory companies, please find the attached statement of support for, and expression of perspectives on the Transportation Climate Initiative’s efforts to develop a cap-and-...
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Patty Davis Resident of Essex Town Essex Vermont
Copied and gave presentation to Essex Economic Development Committee. They loved my idea of making Saxon Hill Road a Greenway Linear Park as this already pristine, well maintained gravel public...
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Anthony Cherolis Transport Hartford Academy at the Center for Latino Progress Hartford Connecticut
The "Framework for a Draft Regional Policy Proposal" released on Oct 1st does not include natural gas / methane in affected fossil fuels that will be included in the cap-and-invest...
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