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Summary of U.S. VMT reduction strategies

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Estimates in Reinventing Fire for VMT reduction potential are drawn from several studies and reports. As a conservatism, our modeling results draw upon the lower range of each estimate.

Sources

A: Urban Land Institute. 2007. Growing Cooler: Evidence on Urban Development and Climate Change. Urban Land Institute. link

A (part 2): Urban Land Institute and Cambridge Systematics. 2009. Moving Cooler: An Analysis of Transportation Strategies for Reducing GHG Emissions. Urban Land Institute. link

B: Oregon DOT. 2007. Oregon’s Mileage Fee Concept and Road User Fee Pilot Program. Oregon Department of Transportation. link

B (part 2): Litman, Todd. 2005. “Pay-As-You-Drive Pricing and Insurance Regulatory Objectives.” Journal of Insurance Regulation 23 (3). link

C: Urban Land Institute and Cambridge Systematics. 2009. Moving Cooler: An Analysis of Transportation Strategies for Reducing GHG Emissions. Urban Land Institute. link

D. TIAX. 2006. The Energy and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Impact of Telecommuting and E-Commerce. Cambridge, MA: TIAX LLC. link

E. Shaheen, Susan, and Adam Cohen. 2006. “Carsharing in North America: Market Growth, Current Developments, and Future Potential.” Transportation Research Record:Journal of the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies No. 1986: 9. link

 
 
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