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
Gabriel Desmond Middlebury College Middlebury Vermont
I’m a young person. I’m afraid of climate change. It’s time to do something.

The Transportation Climate Initiative (TCI) is Vermont’s chance to do just that: take a meaningful...
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Ellen Valentino Mid-Atlantic Petroleum Distributors Assn. Annapolis Maryland
The TCI draft MOU and plan is ill-conceived and will negatively impact consumers and businesses as well as the larger economies of Maryland and Delaware. We believe the northeast governors should...
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TCI Comments MOU 2-28.pdf
I feel that further taxing fossil fuels is very counter productive. I think the US and the world would be much better served if we simply eliminated incentives and tax cuts for the production and...
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Tom Van Heeke General Motors Detroit Michigan
See uploaded attachment for the comments of General Motors on the Transportation and Climate Initiative's Draft Memorandum of Understanding.
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Morgan Folger Environment America Philadelphia Pennsylvania
On behalf of Environment America, I am submitting the attached comments from 1,834 of our members and supporters across the jurisdictions considering this regional climate policy.

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EA Member Comments - TCI.pdf
Marcy Murray South Burlington Energy Committee South Burlington Vermont
As a city energy committee volunteer and concerned citizen, I urge Vermont leaders to join the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI) instead of falling victim to short-term thinking....
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Maxwell Rye Middlebury College Middlebury Vermont
See Attached
Maxwell Rye TCI Public Comment.pdf
Marcia Hart 350MA/Elders Climate Action Gloucester Massachusetts
I am for a regional transportation initiative but with reservations, as the devil is always in the details. Since 40% of emissions come from this sector, it is critically important to develop...
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Johanna Miller Vermont Natural Resources Council Montpelier Vermont
Dear Honorable Governors, Mayor Bowser and Transportation & Climate Initiative Workgroup Members,

As organizations representing Vermont’s leading low income, business,...
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TCI MOU-Joint VT Comments-2-28-2020.pdf
John Carlson Ceres Boston Massachusetts
To Whom It May Concern:

Attached please find comments of support for TCI from the undersigned businesses, universities, health systems, institutions, and large employers.
Business Support for TCI MOU.pdf
David Mankiewicz CenterState CEO Syracuse New York
CenterState CEO is an independent and forward thinking economic development strategist, business leadership organization and chamber of commerce dedicated to the success of its members and the...
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TCI Comment Letter 2-27-2020 with sig..doc
John Kester USA citizen, resident on this one earth. Silver Spring Maryland
Maryland should make a make a firm commitment to adopt a regional transportation policy that achieves a minimum 40 percent reduction in transportation sector climate pollution by 2030, to keep us...
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Dana Mecomber Port Authority of NY & NJ New York New York
February 28, 2020

Transportation & Climate Initiative

Draft Memorandum of Understanding of the Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI)

Comments from the Port...
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PANYNJ comments final TCI MOU February 2020.pdf
Kris DeLair Empire State Energy Association, Inc. (ESEA) Troy New York
See attached.
TCI Comments.pdf
Meghan McGuinness National Grid Waltham Massachusetts
Please see attached document.
TCI comments 0228.pdf
Marc Knapp Sierra Club Annapolis Maryland
Climate change is an existential threat to our country, our civilization, our world. The carbon dioxide that we, collectively, pump into the atmosphere year after year is a major cause of climate...
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Nicky Sheats Center for the Urban Environment, Watson Institute for Public Policy at Thomas Edison State U. Trenton New Jersey
Please see attached comments.
njeja & icc tci comments 2020 final.pdf
Georgia Murray Appalachian Mountain Club Gorham New Hampshire
Please find attached comments by the Appalachian Mountain Club.
2-28-20 AMC TCI Comments.pdf
Brett Barry Clean Energy Charleston South Carolina
Thank you for the opportunity to provide the attached comments.


Brett Barry
TCI Draft MOU Comments 2-28-20.pdf
Raymond Hinchcliffe n/a East Berlin Connecticut
Governor Lamont,

Thank you for boldly asking CT to focus on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Because transportation is our states' single largest source of these emissions, I hope...
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