All In for Clean Transportation

Right now, the federal government is pouring billions of dollars into states, cities, businesses, and non-profits to fund better transportation infrastructure—aimed at making our transportation system cleaner, more efficient and accessible as we work toward a climate resilient future.

With transportation causing one-fifth of the U.S climate-warming emissions, it is critical this funding advances climate solutions. The America is All In coalition is committed to working with communities, businesses, states and cities to ensure that transportation policy and investments are focused on:

  1. Electrification of public, corporate and institutional fleets across the country
  2. Investment and wide-scale expansion of public EV charging infrastructure that includes charging for cars, bikes, buses and other modes of transportation—especially targeted toward located in low-income communities and rural corridors
  3. Increasing the amount of electric buses for schools and communities
  4. Better, more affordable and accessible public transit
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Research and Analytics

Access the latest research and analysis on transportation emissions reductions in the U.S. — data serving to inform strategic policies and actions to advance a climate-smart, clean transportation system.

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

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Moving America Forward: Health, Safety, and Economic Benefits of Multimodal Transportation Systems

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An “All-In” Pathway to 2030:
Transportation Sector Emissions Reduction Potential

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News & Events

Funding Our Future: The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Can Accelerate Net-Zero Transportation — Or Hit the Brakes

How states, cities, and civil society can use once-in-a-decade funding to reduce emissions, improve public health, and boost local economies.

For Vibrant US Cities, Invest in Multi-modal Transportation

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, offers U.S. states and cities the chance to invest in transportation systems that modernize infrastructure…

Case Studies

Michigan awards grants to spur EV equity and economic development

Michigan has awarded $577,000 in grants through the Michigan Mobility Funding Platform to expand electric vehicle charging infrastructure, increase access to EVs and encourage greater adoption of EVs in the state.

– Utility Dive

Two Native tribes are helping create an electric vehicle ‘pipeline’

The Red Lake Nation and the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe will benefit from an effort to purchase electric vehicles and install a network of chargers.

– Yale Climate Connections

Massachusetts Senate passes climate bill to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050

The bill, called the Drive Act, tackles three primary sectors: clean energy, transportation and buildings, while two additional bills handle home oil spills and open spaces protections.

– Boston Herald

New Hampshire regulators approve new EV charging rates for Unitil, Liberty and cut demand charges in half

There are large swaths of New Hampshire with no direct current fast-charging stations, according to Clean Energy NH Executive Director Sam Evans-Brown. “The landscape is quite sad,” he said, and the new commercial rates approved last week appear unlikely to help — even with lower demand charge.

– Utility Dive

Chase Bank partners with EVgo to add electric vehicle charging stations at 50 US branches

The company said it’s aiming to have EV chargers installed at 50 branches across the country by summer 2023. Construction on the first location in Carmel, Indiana, has already begun, and will open this summer.


Boston to replace school buses with electric ones by 2030

Boston plans to replace its entire fleet of more than 700 school buses with electric vehicles by 2030, starting with 20 buses that will be taking kids to school some time during the next school year, Mayor Michelle Wu said Wednesday.

– AP News

US schools can subscribe to an electric school bus fleet at prices that beat diesel

Fleet-as-a-service offerings like those from Highland Electric and Thomas Built could help kick-start widespread EV adoption.

– Canary Media

Volvo Cars explores electric vehicle charging network at U.S. Starbucks stores

Volvo Car USA and Starbucks are collaborating to establish the first public electric-vehicle charging network at the coffee company’s U.S. stores beginning this summer, powered by ChargePoint.

– Volvo