This white paper reviews the complex systems through which California generates and allocates state revenue for transportation investment. It finds that the state’s framework for funding transportation is disconnected from its climate goals.
This white paper presents a five-step framework for adapting transportation systems to climate change scenarios: inventorying and monitoring transportation assets; assessing climate threats; evaluating the vulnerability of assets; prioritizing assets; and identifying and executing adaptation actions.
This white paper examines the co-benefits of reducing vehicles miles of travel. Examples include reductions in air pollutant emissions, water pollution, wildlife mortality, and traffic congestion, as well as improvements in safety and health, and savings in public and private costs.
Researchers simulated the implementation of transit eco-driving strategies, based on the modal emissions modeling framework employed by the Motor Vehicle Emission Simulator (MOVES) designed to reduce engine load and emissions.