Cap and Trade for Traffic

On December 21, 2012, in Blog, by Neal Dikeman

Great article today on a study suggesting that traffic congestion is created by the marginal driver, and more interesting, from the marginal driver from specific and predictable locations.  Maybe 1% of commuters leaving from specific neighborhoods have a big increase on traffic congestion and commute time for everyone. The link to the study is here. We dealt […]

Record Public Transit Ridership Reduces U.S. Oil Dependency

On March 14, 2012, in Blog, by John Addison

from original post at Clean Fleet Report The United States is reducing its dependency on oil as we now consuming 18.3 million barrels a day, down from our peak of 21 million barrels a few years ago. Record use of public transit is a major factor – less solo driving in gridlock and we use […]