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Research Recap, November 8: Global Oil Demand, Cost of Crashes, Predicting Walkability
Welcome to “Research Recap,” our series highlighting recent reports, studies and other findings in sustainable transportation policy and practice, in case you missed it. Global Oil Demand Global demand for oil may peak before 2020 and fall back to 2010 ...
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Research Recap, October 31: Unhealthy Commutes, Privatized Traffic Enforcement, Motorist Behavior
Welcome to “Research Recap,” our series highlighting recent reports, studies and other findings in sustainable transportation policy and practice, in case you missed it. Long, Stressful Commutes Bad for Your Health Research out of Lund University in Sweden found a ...
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Research Recap, October 24: Wi-Fi in Transit, European Auto Emissions, America’s Broken Bridges
Welcome to “Research Recap,” our series highlighting recent reports, studies and other findings in sustainable transportation policy and practice, in case you missed it. Wi-Fi On-the-Go Nearly half of public transit customers in the Midwest and East Coast United States ...
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Research Recap, October 17: Self-Driving Cars, Biofuel Markets, California Carpool Lanes
Welcome to “Research Recap,” our series highlighting recent reports, studies and other findings in sustainable transportation policy and practice, in case you missed it. Self-Driving Cars General Motors Vice President of Global Research and Development Alan Taub announced at the ...
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Research Recap, September 26: Black Carbon Biking, Intelligent Traffic, Mental Health Exercise
Welcome to “Research Recap,” our series highlighting recent reports, studies and other findings in sustainable transportation policy and practice, in case you missed it. Black Carbon Biking Urban cyclist commuters have more black carbon in their lungs than pedestrian commuters, according to ...
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Research Recap, September 19: Young Driver Safety, Accessible Housing, Transport Competition Winners
Young Driver Safety A new nationwide United States study indicates that graduated driver’s licensing programs yield lower traffic fatality rate improvements than previous research indicated. Conducted by a team of researchers, including lead author Scott Masten of California’s Department of Motor ...
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