White Paper Projects

“Actual Results May Vary”: A Behavioral Review of Eco-Driving for Policy Makers

Principal Investigator: Ken Kurani | University of California, Davis

Status: Completed

A Framework for Projecting the Potential Statewide Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) Reduction from State-Level Strategies in California

Principal Investigator: Susan Handy | University of California, Davis

Status: Completed

A Funding Compromise Can Set Transportation on Path Towards Sustainability

Principal Investigator: Debbie Niemeier | University of California, Davis

Status: Completed

Affordable Housing in Transit-Oriented Developments: Impacts on Driving and Policy Approaches

Principal Investigator: Marlon Boarnet | University of Southern California

Status: Completed

Aligning California’s Transportation Funding with Its Climate Policies

Principal Investigator: Gian-Claudia Sciara | University of California, Davis

Status: Completed

Challenges and Opportunities for Integrating Climate Adaptation Efforts across State, Regional and Local Transportation Agencies

Principal Investigator: Lisa Aultman-Hall | The University of Vermont

Status: Completed

Cutting Greenhouse Gas Emissions Is Only the Beginning: A Literature Review of the Co-Benefits of Reducing Vehicle Miles Traveled

Principal Investigator: Kevin Fang | University of California, Davis

Status: Completed

Eco-Driving for Transit

Principal Investigator: Randall Guensler | Georgia Institute of Technology

Status: Completed

Examining the Safety, Mobility and Environmental Sustainability Co-Benefits and Tradeoffs of Intelligent Transportation Systems

Principal Investigator: Matthew Barth | University of California, Riverside

Status: Completed

Freight Efficiency Strategies: Information Technology

Principal Investigator: Genevieve Giuliano | University of Southern California

Status: Completed

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