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Main Title Environment 2011.
Publisher Transportation Research Board,
Year Published 2011
OCLC Number 770128430
ISBN 9780309167499 (pbk.); 0309167493 (pbk.)
Subjects Transportation--Environmental aspects. ; Transportation, Automotive--Environmental aspects. ; Motor vehicles--Environmental aspects. ; Traffic noise. ; emission testing. ; environment.
Internet Access
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ELCM  TE7.H5 no. 2233 NVFEL Library/Ann Arbor, MI 04/02/2012
Collation ix, 186 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
"Journal of the Transportation Research Board." "A peer-reviewed publication." Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Notes
Integrated bus information system -- Assessing effects of operational efficiency on pollutant emissions of nonroad diesel construction equipment -- Corridor-level air quality analysis of freight movement -- MOVES versus MOBILE -- Evaluating effects of engine operating variables on particle number emission rates using robust regression models -- Evaluation of effectiveness of coordinated signal control in reducing vehicle emissions during peak hours versus nonpeak hours -- Port Authority of New York and New Jersey criterion pollutant and greenhouse gas emission inventory -- Onboard, real-world second-by-second particle number emissions from 2010 hybrid and comparable conventional vehicles -- Using an activity-based framework to determine effects of a policy measure on population exposure to nitrogen dioxide -- Characterization of on-road emissions of compressed natural gas and diesel refuse trucks -- Characteristics of low-speed vehicle-specific power distributions or urban restricted-access roadways in Beijing -- Comparison of air quality-related mortality impacts of different transportation modes in the United States -- Statistical approach to estimating truck traffic speed and its application to emission inventory modeling -- Costs of automobile air emissions in U.S. metropolitan areas -- Ecological assessment process and credit system for highway capacity projects -- Tire noise generation and propagation over porous and nonporous asphalt pavements -- Determining end limits of quieter pavement projects -- Effects of aging on tire-pavement noise generation for concrete pavements of different textures -- Reflections from highway noise barriers and use of absorptive materials in the United States -- Port Columbus, Ohio, International Airport Southwest Noise Berm-Wall Project -- Evaluation of variables affecting sustainable highway design with BEp2sST-in-Highways System. "This issue contains 21 papers concerned with the following aspects of transportation and the environment: the Integrated Bus Information System for evaluating vehicle emissions and fuel consumption; pollutant emissions of diesel construction equipment; freight movement corridor air quality; MOVES versus MOBILE for estimating emissions; engine operating variables effect on emission rates; coordinated signal control to reduce vehicle emissions; Port Authority of New York and New Jersey emission inventory; emissions fro 2010 hybrid vehicles; determining effects of policy on population exposure to nitrogen dioxide; emissions of compressed natural gas and diesel refuse trucks; low-speed vehicle specific power distributions on urban restricted-access roads in Beijing; air quality related mortality impacts of different transportation modes; estimating truck traffic speed for emission inventory modeling; costs of metropolitan area automobile emissions; ecological assessment for highway capacity projects; tire noise of asphalt pavements; end limits of quieter pavement projects; concrete pavement aging effect on tire-pavement noise; reflections from highway noise barriers; Port Columbus, Ohio, International Airport southwest noise berm-wall project; and sustainable highway design variables."--pub. desc.