Can traffic management strategies improve urban air quality? A review of the evidence

@article{Bigazzi2017CanTM,
  title={Can traffic management strategies improve urban air quality? A review of the evidence},
  author={Alexander Bigazzi and Mathieu Rouleau},
  journal={Journal of transport and health},
  year={2017},
  volume={7},
  pages={111-124}
}
Abstract This paper reviews the effectiveness of traffic management strategies (TMS) for mitigating emissions, ambient concentrations, human exposure, and health effects of traffic-related air pollution in urban areas. The objective is to summarize the evidence base for a range of moderate-scale strategies broadly relevant to municipal and regional government decision-making. A systematic literature search was carried out to identify empirical studies of TMS effects on emissions, air quality… Expand
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