The TCI states continue to seek input on the investments and policies necessary for a cleaner and more equitable transportation system as they work together to design a regional low-carbon transportation policy. Building on recent regional public workshops in Boston, MA, and Newark, NJ, the Transportation and Climate Initiative will host a full-day session on the regional approaches, investments, and complementary policies states are considering to make transportation cleaner, more efficient, and more equitable.
At this workshop, officials from TCI jurisdictions will:
> Provide public updates regarding the TCI regional policy development process and respond to related questions from stakeholders.
> Receive guidance from subject matter experts and input from stakeholders on the following topics: • The potential environmental, health, and economic benefits of a regional low-carbon transportation program and associated investments; • Strategies for setting investment priorities and ways to measure and evaluate program performance; and • How a regional cap and invest program and potential complementary policies could work together.
This event is the third regional workshop facilitated this year by the Georgetown Climate Center on behalf of participating TCI states.
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