Disparities in exposure to automobile and truck traffic and vehicle emissions near the Los Angeles-Long Beach port complex.

@article{Houston2014DisparitiesIE,
  title={Disparities in exposure to automobile and truck traffic and vehicle emissions near the Los Angeles-Long Beach port complex.},
  author={Douglas Houston and Wei Li and Jun Wu},
  journal={American journal of public health},
  year={2014},
  volume={104 1},
  pages={156-64}
}
OBJECTIVES We assessed how traffic and mobile-source air pollution impacts are distributed across racial/ethnic and socioeconomically diverse groups in port-adjacent communities in southern Los Angeles County, which may experience divergent levels of exposure to port-related heavy-duty diesel truck traffic because of existing residential and land use patterns. METHODS We used spatial regression techniques to assess the association of neighborhood racial/ethnic and socioeconomic composition… CONTINUE READING

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