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Report – Transportation Strategies to Reduce U.S. Oil Consumption

Matt Ball on May 8, 2012 - in Design/Engineering, Projects, Transportation

A new report, “The Role of Driving in Reducing GHG Emissions and Oil Consumption: Recommendations for Federal Transportation Policy,” explores future U.S. transportation scenarios to evaluate how the U.S. can reduce oil consumption and cut greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through improvements in transportation technology and reductions in the amount Americans drive. The report, released by EMBARQ – the World Resources Institute’s Center for Sustainable Transport – analyzes driving reductions necessary to meet target levels for GHG emissions and oil consumption suggested in recent legislation.

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