Reducing fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions is becoming increasingly important in the United States, and new legislation can be expected in the near future that will affect trucks either directly or indirectly. This work is a qualitative examination of operational strategies for reducing fuel consumption from freight trucking, and also compares them with vehicular strategies. A focus is placed on who implements, benefits from, and pays for each strategy, and what type of trucking each strategy is applicable to.Accessed from http://www.mazda.com/csr/download/pdf/2006/e2006_p8l.pdf on August 8, 2010. McCall, B., Kroeger, D., ... Miller, E. (2009) EPA Finds 6 Gases Harm Public Health; Global Warming Regulations May Follow. Transport Topicsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Operational and Vehicular Strategies for Reducing Fuel Consumption and GHG Emissions from Trucking|
|Author||:||Melissa Renee Thompson, C. Michael Walton|