Colleges and universities across North America are facing difficult questions about automobile use and transportation. Lack of land for new parking lots and the desire to preserve air quality are but a few of the factors leading institutions toward a new vision based upon expanded transit access, better bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and incentives that encourage less driving. Transportation and Sustainable Campus Communities presents a comprehensive examination of techniques available to manage transportation in campus communities. Authors Will Toor and Spenser W. Havlick give readers the understanding they need to develop alternatives to single-occupancy vehicles, and sets forth a series of case studies that show how transportation demand management programs have worked in a variety of campus communities, ranging from small towns to large cities. The case studies in Transportation and Sustainable Campus Communities highlight what works and what doesn't, as well as describing the programmatic and financial aspects involved. No other book has surveyed the topic and produced viable options for reducing the parking, pollution, land use, and traffic problems that are created by an over-reliance on automobiles by students, faculty, and staff. Transportation and Sustainable Campus Communities is a unique source of information and ideas for anyone concerned with transportation planning and related issues.Fuel Type Production Availability Emissions Costs Other Properties Hybrid Electric ac Conventional - Three models - Fuel ... tum of braking tion engine comHonda Insight, upwards of 68 its class recharges batterbined with the Honda Civic.and mpg, ... by 50%, NOx, sulfates, and HCby 90% (Insight could save $1, 500 a year vs. other cars in its class ac $2, 000 tax credit for ... and Canada drilling infrastructure - Fewer toxic and fuel lines add ac Methane is a ac 1, 300 refueling carcinogenic $3.
|Title||:||Transportation & sustainable campus communities|
|Author||:||Will Toor, Spenser Woodworth Havlick|
|Publisher||:||Island Pr - 2004-04-01|