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The decision we make on how to get to work, run errands and recreate have a profound impact on our budget, quality of life and the environmental footprint. Reducing the pollution produced by a “one person, one car” commute has a major impact on the region’s air quality. Transportation is the fastest growing sector in terms of greenhouse gas emissions. The Council recognizes that transportation is also an environmental justice and equity issue. The Council works to reduce the number of vehicles on the road for commuting purposes by being a strong advocate for public transit, biking and walking, and carpooling.

News

February 21, 2012

Clean Air Council Urges Representative Fitzpatrick to Reject House's Anti-Transit Bill

The U.S. House of Representatives is currently considering H.R. 7, the anti-transit American Energy and Infrastructure Jobs Act of 2012.  The bill proposes massive cuts...


October 14, 2011

Request for Proposals: Off Peak Regional Rail Transit Users Station Accessibility Assessment

Summary: The Clean Air Council (Council) has received a Transit Support Program grant from the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) to conduct an Off-Peak...


February 1, 2011

Clean Air Council Promotes Mobility Alternatives at the Auto Show

Eric Cheung from the Council is seated to the far left alongside SEPTA representatives Clean Air Council staff reached out to attendees of the 2011...


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