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Multi-Pollutant Emissions Benefits of Transportation Strategies-FHWA

Contents

  1. Introduction
    1. Background and Purpose
    2. How to Use this Document
  2. Summary of Findings
    1. Factors Affecting Emissions Impacts
    2. Summary Impacts of Strategies
  3. 3. Transportation Demand Management Strategies
    1. Park-and-Ride Facilities
    2. High-Occupancy Vehicle Lanes
    3. Ridesharing Programs/Incentives
    4. Vanpool Program
    5. Bicycle/Pedestrian Projects and Programs
    6. New/Expanded/Increased Transit Service
    7. Transit Marketing, Information, and Amenities
    8. Transit Pricing
    9. Parking Pricing/Management
    10. Road Pricing
    11. VMT-based Pricing
    12. Fuel Pricing
    13. Employer-Based TDM Programs
    14. Non-Employer-Based TDM
    15. Land Use Strategies
  4. Transportation System Management Strategies
    1. Signal Synchronization and Roadway Intersection Improvements
    2. Incident Management/Traveler Information
    3. Speed Control
    4. Shifting/Separating Freight Movements
    5. Vehicle Idling Restrictions/Programs
  5. Vehicle, Fuels, and Technology Strategies
    1. Idle Reduction Facilities
    2. Accelerated Retirement/Replacement of Buses
    3. Accelerated Retirement/Replacement of Heavy-Duty Trucks
    4. Diesel Engine Retrofits
    5. Clean Diesel
    6. Inspection & Maintenance Programs
  6. Non-Road Strategies
    1. Locomotive Replacement or Repowering
    2. Rail Electrification
    3. Locomotive Idling Reduction
    4. Marine Vessel Replacement or Repowering
    5. Marine Vessel Operational Strategies
    6. Transportation Related Equipment
  7. Road Dust Reduction Strategies
    1. Unpaved Road Dust Mitigation
    2. Road Paving
    3. Street Sweeping
  8. Conclusion
    1. Appendix A: List of Transportation Strategies
    2. Transportation Demand Management Strategies
    3. Transportation System Management / Vehicle Driver Behavior-Oriented Strategies
    4. Vehicle, Fuels, and Technology Strategies
    5. Non-Road Strategies
    6. Samples of Technology Approaches/Options
    7. Appendix B: Summary of the Contribution of Transportation and Motor Vehicles to National Emissions of Each Pollutant
    8. Appendix C: Overview of Emissions Factors and Assumptions Used in Sample Calculations
    9. Methodological Procedures
    10. Application of Emissions Factors
Updated: 07/06/2011
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