Sign On Letters
Communities Over Highways Call For Action
"Endless highway expansions are pulling our country into an environmental, budgetary, and
public health crisis. It’s time to end this destructive, unsustainable practice and set a
responsible course toward a cleaner and more equitable future."
TransForm joined with almost 200 organizations to call on our elected leaders to prioritize investments in infrastructure that puts communities and people first by divesting from both current and proposed highway expansion projects.
Letter to MTC: No Dollars for Freeway Widening in Regional Transportation Funding Measure
As organizations committed to environmental sustainability and equitable transportation
investments, we appreciate MTC's work toward a potential transportation revenue measure. The
need for significant new funding for our region's transit operators is critical to prevent severe
service cuts and enhance overall service quality. We are in the midst of a global climate crisis
and a thriving transit system is imperative to meet the Bay Area’s sustainability objectives and to
reduce our region’s greenhouse gas emissions.
Budget Request for Climate-Smart Transportation Investment
We request a fiscally-responsible transportation budget that meets the most vulnerable Californians’ needs while reducing traffic and the cost of commuting, especially given potential budget constraints the state may be facing. We are not requesting new funding. On the contrary, we ask that existing funding be put to more efficient and equitable uses that fully aligns with our state’s climate and environmental priorities.
Strong support for the implementation of
Dear Governor Newsom,
We write to you to today to urge your support for the Legislature’s two-party agreement on the
Fiscal Year (FY) 2023-24 budget, captured in SB 101 (Skinner). SB 101 would maintain the full
funding commitment for the Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program (TIRCP) established in
the FY 2022-23 budget...
Budget Deal a Step Forward For Transit: Advocates call for additional funding so transit can survive and thrive
By allocating $1.1 billion in largely cap-and-trade funds flexible for transit operations, making the $4 billion in Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program (TIRCP) funds flexible for transit operations, and reversing the governor’s proposed $2 billion cut to transit capital funds, California’s leaders have affirmed the state’s commitment to public transit operations across the state...
Dear Governor Newsom, Pro Tempore Atkins, Speaker Rendon, Senator Skinner, and Assemblymember Ting: We write to you today to thank the Legislature for its commitment to public transit, as reflected in recent budget actions, which would maintain the full funding commitment....