Transportation

Transportation

Alliance members are developing policy pathways and programs to decarbonize the transportation sector by reducing vehicle miles traveled and significantly increasing access to and the affordability of zero-emission vehicles, clean fuels, and multi-modal options. 

Transportation | Summit Stage BEB Ribbon Cutting in Colorado

Member Action

Transportation

Below are tallies of the number of members that have adopted or are in the process of adopting statutory and executive policies and actions.

For the most up-to-date, in-depth breakdown of transportation climate actions across our membership, explore the Alliance Policy Database.

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Member Spotlight

Minnesota Advances Climate, Equity, and Health Goals with 20-Year Transportation Plan

In January 2023, Minnesota’s Department of Transportation (MnDOT) adopted the Statewide Multimodal Transportation Plan, which commits the state to decreasing annual GHG emissions from the transportation sector 80% by 2040 while integrating equity into policy planning and execution. Over the next two decades, the state will also expand multi-modal transportation options and increase the percentage of Minnesotans who walk, bike, or take public transit on a regular basis.

March 2023

Letter | 2022

U.S. Climate Alliance 2023 Annual Report | All Hands on Deck: The Alliance’s 25 member states and territories are now projected to reduce collective greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions 26% by 2025 below 2005 levels and achieve their near-term climate target.
2023 Annual Report | All Hands on Deck

Securing America’s Net-Zero Future with State-Led, High-Impact Action

Press Release | 2023

The U.S. Climate Alliance today issued the following statement in response to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) decision to grant two requests for waivers of preemption regarding four California Air Resource Board (CARB) regulations related to California’s heavy-duty vehicle and engine emission standards.
U.S. Climate Alliance Applauds U.S. EPA Action to Help States Curb Heavy-Duty Truck Pollution

The U.S. Climate Alliance responds to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) decision to grant two requests for waivers of preemption regarding four California Air Resource Board (CARB) regulations.