Researchers from ITS-Davis provided an overview of leading-edge research on new transportation services and technologies; trends and challenges for electric vehicles; and the role of active transportation in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Visalia Convention Center, 303 E Acequia Ave, Visalia, CA
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.
This policy brief summarizes research that suggests that the combination of significantly improved vehicle efficiency coupled with very low-carbon fuels can help the trucking sector reach greenhouse gas targets.
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.