Find publications about alternative transportation, including alternative fuels, advanced vehicles, and regulated fleets.
|A Tale of Renewed Cities: A Policy Guide on How to Transform Cities by Improving Energy Efficiency in Urban Transport Systems||7/9/2013||Reports|
International Energy Agency, Paris, France
This report is part of the IEA Policy Pathway series and highlights lessons learned and examples of good practice from countries with experience implementing a wide range of measures to improve energy efficiency in urban transport systems.
Notes: This publication is copyrighted by the International Energy Agency and is accessed at www.iea.org.
|Moving Together in the 21st Century: How Ridesharing Supports Livable Communities||Kay, M.; McCoy, K.; Lyons, W.M.||6/1/2013||Reports|
U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts
This white paper is a follow-up to the Volpe Center report for FHWA, "Ridesharing Options Analysis and Practitioners' Toolkit." The white paper provides an update to current ridesharing options and further explores technology and policy developments that make new methods of ridesharing possible. In addition, the report assesses ridesharing as a key contributing factor to supporting livable communities, and in particular, how ridesharing can be part of a "tipping point" in reducing the need for vehicle ownership and demand for parking.
|Smart Travel Options||5/21/2010||Reports|
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee
An Employee Transportation survey was conducted in the fall of 2009 to collect information on the commuting habits of employees in order to gain an understanding of the commute changes they would be willing to make as part of the Sustainable Campus Initiative at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. This report describes the data collected, analysis and recommendations resulting from the survey.