The webinar featured a presentation from Fraser Shilling and Amanda Coen of UC Davis, who shared and discussed their research results as well as commented on opportunities for mitigating the unintended impacts of roadways on wildlife movement.
This webinar highlighted new analysis from ITS-Davis that examines six hypothetical fee structure scenarios that could provide a sustainable source of funding for California’s Clean Vehicle Rebate Program.
This session introduced life-cycle analysis (LCA) as an innovative tool for thoroughly evaluating the full “cradle-to-grave” benefits, impacts, and trade-offs of and among transportation project alternatives.
Speakers from the University of Vermont discussed challenges and opportunities for transportation agencies in addressing climate adaptation and present a simplified planning framework they extracted from a plethora of work nationwide.
This webinar featured a discussion of the state-of-the knowledge on eco-driving solutions specific to transit vehicles and the potential impacts of driver behavior and other fuel conservation strategies.
This webinar featured a presentation from Matthew Barth who discussed advances being made in environmental-ITS applications in three main areas: vehicle systems, traffic management systems, and travel information systems.
Kanok Boriboonsomsin from the University of California, Riverside shared the state-of-the-knowledge on eco-driving practices and programs applied to heavy-duty trucks; the effectiveness of tested or implemented programs; and key challenges and barriers in implementing and sustaining a successful truck eco-driving program.