The dual pressures of rapidly growing air passenger and freight
traffic and increasing numbers of people living in close
proximity to airports and flight-paths is a major social problem
in many major urban centres around ...
A compelling body of international evidence now exists
suggesting a causal link between exposure to airborne
particulate matter (PM) and adverse health consequences.
Travel microenvironments have come under particular
Knowing more precisely where people are across the day and
when they are there is fundamental information for many
fields including transportation planning, environmental
impact analysis, marketing and emergency evacuation. ...
As part of the program of strategies to reduce the emission of
greenhouse gases in Australia, the ACT, Queensland, South
Australian, and Victorian governments have joined together
to undertake a program of voluntary ...
Scientific evidence of the connection between vehicle
emissions and public health outcomes continues to grow. Key
to this connection is the accurate monitoring and prediction of
pollution concentrations within transport ...
This paper details the development of a strategic-level
modelling tool to evaluate the impacts of air quality and
greenhouse gas mitigation strategies for urban freight. The
model, known as STEAR-F (Strategic Tool for ...