Modelling Transportation Policy Impacts on Mobility Benefits and Kyoto-Protocol-Related Emissions
Abstract:The Edmonton Transport Analysis (ETA) Model was used to investigate the potentials of different policy options in reducing transport emissions to meet Kyoto Protocol targets. Here the structure of the model is described, followed by the presentation of some results for particular policy inputs and scenarios. These results are discussed in the light of insights into potential policies designed in response to the Kyoto Protocol.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2003-03-01
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