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From Boston to the DC Beltway, it’s time to transform transportation – attend our webinar

Transforming Transportation in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic

Is your commute driving you nuts? Tired of choking on tailpipe exhaust?

Our transportation system—how we move people and goods from point A to point B—is not working for far too many people.Furthermore, it is a major source of air pollution and the largest source of global warming emissions in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic.

It’s time for an upgrade! A new Union of Concerned Scientists analysis demonstrates that the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic can reduce transportation emissions more than 35 percent by 2030 by investing in clean vehicle and fuel solutions.

Join us for a webinar to learn how we can build a clean, equitable and modern transportation system that works for everyone.

Webinar: Transforming Transportation in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic
Date: Thursday, October 18
Time: 12:00–1:00 p.m. EDT


Attend this online opportunity to hear from UCS staff about how we’re working with environmental, labor, business, health, and equity organizations to advocate for common-sense policy solutions to clean our transportation system and bring it into the 21st century, and what you can do to take action today.

The time has come to build a transportation system that works for both people and the planet. Your participation is crucial as we build a movement to usher the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic into a cleaner, more sustainable and equitable transportation future.

Please register today and we look forward to seeing you on October 18.

Paulina Muratore
Paulina Muratore
Outreach Coordinator
Clean Vehicles Program
Union of Concerned Scientists

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