Topic : air pollution

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Paris Mayor wants to offer free public transit to reduce pollution

Management & Operations| March 26, 2018

During an interview with a French paper, Anne Hidalgo said she has asked three of her assistants to conduct a large study on the subject, which would involve both French and foreign experts.

Seoul launches free public transit to battle smog issues

Sustainability| January 16, 2018

Authorities also limited car use for public employees, closed 360 parking lots, and reduced construction work on government-funded projects.

Sustainability| October 9, 2017

Key considerations for electric bus fleet infrastructure

Air pollution in major cities from Los Angeles to New York, caused in part by fossil fuel-burning vehicles, is a growing issue of concern that many transit agencies and municipalities simply cannot ignore.

Sustainability| March 9, 2017

Exclusive: A look at electric buses in London, the UK

Why hasn’t London moved faster to put in service clean bus technology? The air pollution crisis isn’t sudden and has been widely predicted and observed for many years.

Sustainability| November 15, 2016

EXCLUSIVE: Europe's Air Pollution Issues and Some Cities' Solutions

Much of the impact of pollution has been as a result of waves of industry and resource extraction and processing, but much is also as a result of our lifestyle choices and, in particular, the choices that we have made in terms of mobility.

Bus| March 27, 2012

Valley Metro’s ‘Rideshare Week’ reduces trips, pollution

The event, held from Feb. 26 to March 3, saved 213,139 miles from being traveled and more than four tons of pollution from being emitted into the air. Twenty-nine employers competed in the Try 1 in 5 Rideshare Week Employer Challenge as a way to rally the highest percentage of participation among organizations.
Bus| September 8, 2011

Arizona ordered to reinstate transit program

A federal judge ruled that the Arizona Legislature's 2010 move to end the Local Transportation Assistance Fund was illegal because the Legislature does not have the authority to change federal Clean Air Act requirements without federal approval, and the funds are part of Phoenix's federally approved plan to fight air pollution.

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