This policy brief summarizes findings from a white paper that assembles the most prominent proposals to address aspects of securing or reforming state and federal transportation funding and reviews them in the context of sustainable transportation.
Automated vehicles have the potential to reduce the need for parking, but they also have the potential to increase congestion through picking up and dropping off passengers. This project studies such possible environmental effects.
Researchers representing the National Center for Sustainable Transportation highlighted key challenges and trends shaping transportation in the future and pathways forward for better aligning economic, environmental, and societal goals in the transportation sector.
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In this study, the authors evaluate the hygroscopicity and droplet kinetics of fresh and aged emissions from new generation gasoline direct injector engines retrofitted with a gasoline particulate filter.