White Paper Grant

A Meta-Analysis of Eco-Driving Feedback Research

  • Principal Investigator Angela Sanguinetti
  • University of California, Davis
This white paper presents a statistical meta-analysis of eco-driving feedback studies, with special focus on feedback interventions and how they impact fuel economy.
Project Status
Complete

Assessing Transportation Financing Options from a GHG Perspective

  • Principal Investigator Debbie Niemeier
  • University of California, Davis
This white paper synthesizes the major transportation funding mechanisms currently being used or discussed in the U.S. and Europe, and characterizes the state of knowledge with respect to their ability to also enhance the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
Project Status
Complete

Career Pathways for Transportation Sector Climate Adaption Professionals

  • Principal Investigator Jonathan Dowds
  • University of Vermont
This project documents key skill profiles and competency sets needed for a career in transportation sector climate adaptation, as well as the educational and training opportunities available for developing these proficiencies.
Project Status
In Progress

Climate Adaption for State DOTS and Local Agencies

  • Principal Investigator Lisa Aultman-Hall
  • University of Vermont
This white paper reviews the state of the practice and knowledge for climate adaptation processes at state departments of transportation and local transportation agencies. It also has interviews with stakeholders and reviews of recent literature.
Project Status
Complete

Eco-Driving to Reduce Emissions (Behavioral Focus) - Buses

  • Principal Investigator Randall Guensler
  • Georgia Institute of Technology
The researchers simulated the implementation of transit eco-driving strategies in an effort to reduce fuel consumption and emissions from transit operations.
Project Status
Complete

Eco-Driving to Reduce Emissions (Behavioral Focus)-Cars

  • Principal Investigator Kenneth Kurani
  • University of California, Davis
This project provides energy and environment policy makers with both an up-to-date review of eco-driving outcomes and an understanding of how those outcomes depend on the behavioral contexts in which they are measured.
Project Status
Complete

Eco-Driving to Reduce Emissions (Behavioral focus)-Trucks

  • Principal Investigator Kanok Boriboonsomsin
  • University of California, Riverside
This white paper examines truck eco-driving programs from Europe, Asia, and North America. It discusses challenges and solutions for implementing educational eco-driving programs.
Project Status
Complete