The study will shed light on the evolving impacts of new mobility options on various components of travel behavior and vehicle ownership, how these solutions expand travel options and the circumstances under which travelers increase travel multimodality and may reduce their reliance on the use of private vehicles.
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A second-by-second data set obtained from monitoring vehicle emissions over a series of 75 test runs from 2 test vehicles over an 18-month period during real-world on-road operations was used to assess emissions differences between two propulsion systems and attribute these differences to physical roadway/infrastructure characteristics.
This research will develop a comprehensive list of features and types that should be inventoried through interaction with complete streets and asset management experts, and review of the methods and technologies currently used for complete streets features.