Shifting Gears: 20 Tools for Reducing Global Warming Pollution from New England's Transportation System
Publication Date: April 2006
Keywords: transportation; transit; climate change
Transportation is the leading source of carbon dioxide emissions in New England. To meet the region's targets for reducing its contribution to global warming, policy-makers must find ways to reduce emissions from the transportation sector. Shifting Gears provides 20 policy ideas the region's leaders can use to reduce transportation-sector emissions, along with case studies describing how communities and states in New England and elsewhere are using those ideas to curb global warming pollution and expand transportation choices.