Tomorrow is our moment.
John McCain and Barack Obama will share the stage one final time before Election Day, and for two hours they'll talk about what they'll do to strengthen our flailing economy.
But no discussion of fixing our country's economy is complete without an honest and open conversation about how we can have a more efficient and green transportation system.
Urge John McCain and Barack Obama to share their solutions for our transportation crisis in tomorrow's debate.
Transportation for America is committed to getting our country moving again with a plan for smart infrastructure investment and a fix-it-first approach, which we'll release tomorrow morning in events all across the country.
We're calling on the presidential candidates and the next Congress to work together to:
- Build an environmentally sustainable transportation system that matches or exceeds those of our strongest economic competitors;
- Invest for a clean, green recovery for our country's economy;
- Fix what's broken - our crumbling highways and bridges - before they build something new that would only deepen our dependence on foreign oil; and
- Provide more travel options that are cheap, efficient, and help people avoid high gas costs and traffic congestion.
But we need you to echo our call.
Click here now to send your message to McCain and Obama and ask them to bring sustainable and efficient transit into the discussion at their last debate.
Transportation for America is a broad coalition of diverse interests because we know that it will take all of us to get our country moving again - we cannot do it without you.
Outreach and Field Director
Transportation for America