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Clemson U. honored for parking innovations, sustainable practices

Mobility| October 26, 2015

The award was based on a range of programs implemented in the last year to maximize Clemson’s limited parking supply, better define where visitors can park, distribute costs equitably among users and enhance sustainability.

App compares price, time, footprint for all L.A. commute options

Management & Operations| March 24, 2015

Currently seeking beta testers, the app integrates real-time information from Metro, Foothill Transit, and Long Beach Transit, plus driving info, using Google Maps.

November 27, 2013

Concrete solutions to transit projects' carbon pollution

Big transit projects often cite reduced carbon pollution as a main selling point to the public. But to take environmental stewardship to the next level, we should look past tailpipes and smokestacks and focus our attention on what goes into these civil engineering marvels. Namely, a lot of concrete.
Sustainability| June 3, 2013

Fed agencies progress toward energy, sustainability goals

Directed to reduce their carbon pollution, increase renewable energy use, and meet energy and water efficiency goals.
Bus| October 11, 2012

5,500 Nev. commuters register for Club Ride program

The new members join 26,000 other program participants. In total, participants logged 4.2 million miles carpooling, using transit, bicycling or walking to and from work. This has reduced carbon monoxide by 4.17 tons.
Rail| March 7, 2012

Amtrak measures, registers carbon footprint

The Climate Registry is a non-profit organization founded to set standards for businesses and governments to calculate, verify and publicly report their greenhouse gas emissions.
Bus| August 11, 2011

Web Extra: Carbon reduction, culture change top talk at green conference

From engaging employees to design and international innovations, the conference provided attendees with several options to make their operations greener.
Sustainability| April 20, 2011

N.Y. MTA continues efforts to reduce carbon footprint

By reducing paper consumption, switching to alternative fuels, recycling, installing energy-saving LED lights and buying certified “green” cleaning agents, B&T has reduced the amount of greenhouse gases released into the air by nearly 1.6 million pounds, or 19 percent since 2006.
Bus| April 22, 2009

Transit agencies celebrate Earth Day

An individual switching to public transit can reduce his or her daily carbon emissions by 20 pounds or more than 4,800 pounds a year.
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