Clean and Equitable Transportation

The transportation sector is the largest single source of climate pollution in the United States. Its health-harming pollution sickens and cuts short the lives of tens of thousands each year, especially in communities of low wealth and communities of color, who are disproportionately exposed to tailpipe pollution. While trucks and buses only account for four percent of vehicles on the road, they are responsible for more than 25 percent of all transportation emissions. The best way to tackle climate pollution is to rapidly increase production of electric vehicles and make them more accessible, build out zero-emission public transit, and support other multi-modal transportation options like passenger trains and e-bikes. Strong car and truck regulations, combined with incentives and infrastructure for zero-emission vehicles, will help reduce climate and other air pollution, reduce our dependence on fossil fuels, and advance environmental justice. To fully address climate and pollution effects of tailpipe emissions,  all new cars, trucks, and buses must be  zero-emission by 2035.

Clean and Equitable Transportation

US House, CA-49

Mike Levin

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US House, PA-07

Susan Wild

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US House, KS-03

Sharice Davids

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US House, NJ-07

Sue Altman

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US House, CA-44

Nanette Barragan

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US House, IN-01

Frank Mrvan

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US House, CA-03

Jessica Morse

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US House, MI-03

Hillary Scholten

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US House, NV-01

Dina Titus

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US House, MA-04

Jake Auchincloss

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US House, NC-04

Valerie Foushee

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US House, AZ-03

Raquel Teran

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US House, CA-19

Jimmy Panetta

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US House, NY-12

Jerrold Nadler

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US House, CA-07

Doris Matsui

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US House, NY-06

Yvette Clarke

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US House, CA-38

Linda Sanchez

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US House, NC-02

Deborah Ross

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US House, CA-12

Lateefah Simon

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US House, IL-05

Mike Quigley

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US House, MA-06

Seth Moulton

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US House, CA-10

Mark DeSaulnier

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US House, CA-33

Pete Aguilar

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US House, FL-10

Maxwell Frost

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US House, CA-30

Laura Friedman

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