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A Holistic Approach for Estimating Carbon Emissions of Road and Rail Transport Systems
ABSTRACTEnvironmental issues have become of crucial importance in the transport sector. Transport is the second biggest greenhouse gas emitting sector after energy and is responsible for 25% of theExpand
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Assessment of the marginal social cost due to congestion using the speed flow function
Abstract An integrated strategy was recently set out in Europe regarding the internalization of external costs from transport, i.e. the costs from the negative externalities to the society generatedExpand
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The Future of Cities: Opportunities, challenges and the way forward
This report is an initiative of the Joint Research Centre (JRC), the science and knowledge service of the European Commission (EC), and supported by the Commission's Directorate-General for RegionalExpand
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Will electric vehicles be killed (again) or are they the next mobility killer app
Electric vehicles (EVs) have been around for more than a hundred years. Nevertheless, their deployment has not been a sustainable success up until now. Many scientists, engineers and policymakersExpand
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The Role of Infrastructure for Electric Passenger Car Uptake in Europe
Plug-in electric vehicles (PEV) can be a main lever towards a decarbonised road transport system. The PEV market uptake needs to be nurtured by appropriate support measures for users, forExpand
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The impacts of illegal parking on the urban areas’ traffic and environmental conditions: The case of the city of Thessaloniki
The economic development that occurred in western societies during the last decades of the previous century led to a rapid increase in private car ownership, which resulted to high traffic congestionExpand
Catalyzing sustainable transport innovation through policy support and monitoring: The case of TRIMIS and the European Green Deal
Transport contributes significantly to economic growth and higher quality of life, but its associated externalities have an environmental, economic and social impact and are the main impetus toExpand
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Electric light commercial vehicles: Are they the sleeping giant of electromobility?
Abstract Transport emissions need to be drastically decreased in order to put Europe on a path towards a long-term climate neutrality. Commercial transport, and especially last mile delivery isExpand
A methodological framework for the comparative analysis of the environmental performance of roadway and railway transport
Low-carbon transport is a priority in addressing climate change. Transport is still almost totally dependent on fossil fuels (96%) and accounts for almost 60% of global oil use. Sustainable transportExpand
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