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Main Title Joint EPA/UMTA/FEA Strategy for Urban Transportation and Air Quality. Volume 4. Information Data Base: Status of Urban Congestion, Air Pollution, and Energy Use.
Author Krzyczkowski, Roman ; Henneman, Suzanne S. ; Putnam, Evelyn S. ; Usowicz., Thaddeus W. ;
CORP Author Interplan Corp., Santa Barbara, Calif.;Naval Underwater Systems Center, Newport, R.I.;Urban Mass Transportation Administration, Washington, D.C.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C.
Year Published 1974
Report Number 7346-R-Vol-4; N00140-74-C-6026; UMTA-RI-06-0005-77-1;
Stock Number PB-263 843
Additional Subjects Urban transportation ; Urban planning ; Air pollution abatement ; Energy consumption ; Problem solving ; Predictions ; Trends ; Municipalities ; Environmental surveys ; Projects ; Fuel consumption ; Information systems ; Pennsylvania ; California ; Washington(State) ; Traffic congestion ; Los Angeles(California) ; Seattle(Washington) ; Philadelphia(Pennsylvania) ; Baltimore(Maryland) ; Air quality maintenance ; Intergovernmental programs ; Transportation sector
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NTIS  PB-263 843 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 272p
Abstract
The objective of the study is to formulate a basis for the design of a joint program which would simultaneously improve urban mobility and air quality and conserve petroleum resources. This fourth volume contains INTERPLAN's initial definition of the transportation-related urban problems now faced by UMTA, EPA, and FEA, and their authority to cope with these problems. The current status of transportation-related urban congestion, air pollution, and energy usage is analyzed on a national level, and the future status likely to obtain if present trends continue unchecked is projected. Congestion and air pollution is also examined in four cities: Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Seattle, and Baltimore.