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Main Title Evaluating Transportation Controls to Reduce Motor Vehicle Emissions in Major Metropolitan Areas.
Author Hoick, John W. ; Infel, Donald ; Karavengelo, Anna ; Myer, Sumner ; Nelso, Gilbert ;
CORP Author Institute of Public Administration, Washington, D.C.
Year Published 1972
Report Number EPA-68-02-0048; 1364;
Stock Number PB-219 655
Additional Subjects ( Air pollution ; Exhaust gases) ; ( Transportation management ; Air pollution) ; ( Urban transportation ; Air pollution) ; Motor vehicles ; Feasibility ; Cost estimates ; Carbon monoxide ; Abatement ; Automotive fuels ; Natural gas ; Gasoline ; Liquefied natural gas ; Vehicular traffic control ; Mass transportation ; Buses(Vehicles) ; Rapid transit railways ; Predictions ; Maintenance ; Air pollution abatement ; Automobile exhaust ; Taxicabs ; Working hours ; Motor vehicle inspection ; Retrofit devices
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NTIS  PB-219 655 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 367p
Abstract
The report evaluates transportation controls to reduce motor vehicle emissions in major metropolitan areas. It brings together in a preliminary form, a description and evaluation of those transportation controls which could conceivably reduce motor vehicle emissions in the next few years. The information is presented, divided into seven chapters, each of which deals with a different transportation control. The chapter headings are as follows: Inspection, Maintenance and Retrofit; Gaseous Fuel Systems; Traffic Flow Techniques; By passing Thru Traffic; Improvements in Public Transportation; Motor Vehicle Restraints and Work Schedule Changes. Each chapter consists of a section defining and describing the measures considered, an analysis of the air pollution control potential, and a discussion of institutional feasibility.