Investing in Climate-Smart Transportation: An Action Guide for America is All In Members

September 12, 2022
Birdseye view of cyclists

The United States Federal Government is deploying billions of dollars to U.S. non-federal actors – states, tribal nations, cities, businesses, and civil society – for transportation-related infrastructure projects through the 2021 Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA). This historic moment coincides with a critical need to reduce carbon emissions at every level of society by at least 50 percent by 2030 relative to 2005. An All-In strategy in transportation can deliver a reduction of roughly 36 percent below 2005 levels. “Investing in Climate-Smart Transportation: An Action Guide for America Is All In Members,” offers specific strategies and case studies for U.S. non-federal actors seeking to realize these benefits for their communities. States, tribes, cities, towns, universities, businesses, and civil society actors can implement these tactics and coordinate action to create positive feedback loops.