Cobenefits of Replacing Car Trips with Alternative Transportation: A Review of Evidence and Methodological Issues

@inproceedings{Xia2013CobenefitsOR,
  title={Cobenefits of Replacing Car Trips with Alternative Transportation: A Review of Evidence and Methodological Issues},
  author={Ting Xia and Ying Zhang and Shona Crabb and Pushan R. Shah},
  booktitle={Journal of environmental and public health},
  year={2013}
}
It has been reported that motor vehicle emissions contribute nearly a quarter of world energy-related greenhouse gases and cause nonnegligible air pollution primarily in urban areas. Reducing car use and increasing ecofriendly alternative transport, such as public and active transport, are efficient approaches to mitigate harmful environmental impacts caused by a large amount of vehicle use. Besides the environmental benefits of promoting alternative transport, it can also induce other health… CONTINUE READING
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