To protect clean air and our environment, we’re working to build a country where people can get around without relying on polluting cars.
The Latest on Biking, walking & transit
Statement: Biden administration announces $6.4 billion program to reduce transportation’s climate impacts
Statement: Fully restored Clean Car Standards will help reduce long-term oil consumption
Electric buses may be coming to a city near you
Transportation initiatives can help fund clean transit projects
What You Can Do
Tell your governor: Stop wasteful highway spending
Share your commute
Green schools guide
State progress cutting transportation-related carbon emissions
An Electric Vehicle Toolkit for Local Governments
Resource: New fact sheet answers questions on e-bikes
Statement: President Biden renews pushes on climate change, environment
WASHINGTON -- In President Joe Biden’s first State of the Union address, he urged Congress to adopt a suite of clean energy tax credits and other environmental programs, saying his plan will “cut energy costs for families an average of $500 a year by combating climate change.”
Statement: House passes landmark water and transportation bill to restore and enhance U.S. infrastructure
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a legislative package on Thursday that would improve water infrastructure, protect drinking water, and repair and expand our transportation system. The package combined several bills, including the Water Quality Protection and Job Creation Act of 2021 and the AQUA Act, under the umbrella of the INVEST in America Act.
House panel advances fix-it-first, carbon-conscious approach to transportation
In a bipartisan vote, the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee advanced the “Investing in a New Vision for the Environment and Surface Transportation in America (INVEST in America) Act” early Thursday morning. As part of that “new vision,” in a departure from past transportation bills, it emphasizes fixing existing infrastructure before building new highways.
New report provides roadmap to carbon-free transportation, DEP calls for EV infrastructure proposals
The transportation sector is the second-largest source of global warming pollution in Florida. A new report from Environment Florida Research & Policy Center and Frontier Group describe how Florida can build a zero-carbon transportation future - all while cleaning our air and creating safer, healthier communities.