Resource Library

Resource Library2018-11-02T14:00:06+00:00

We spent many hours combing the web looking for research reports and other web resources to inform our project. We’re sharing them with you through our resource library below, so you can see the information sources we’re relying on and because we think they might be helpful to you.

January 2018
This report presents approaches for electric vehicles as the future of mobility. They recommend three principles. 1. Take a multistakeholder and market-specific approach; 2. Prioritize high-use vehicl...
December 2017
This briefing summarizes policies and actions that are expanding access to electric transportation in the United States. We highlight low-income and apartment dwellers where applicable and include act...
October 2017
This paper presents findings from a comprehensive travel and residential survey deployed in seven major U.S. cities, in two phases from 2014 to 2016, with a targeted, representative sample of their ur...
June 2017
Seattle's plan for implementing the Drive Clean Seattle program around vehicle electrification.
June 2017
This report looks at transportation network company use and patterns in San Francisco in order to understand how to manage impacts to congestion.
May 2017
This paper analyzes the impact of the suspension of Uber and Lyft in Austin in 2016. The suspension provided for a natural experiment to measure the impact of the suspension on travel behavior. In exa...
April 2017
This concept summary is part of the Transportation Electrification Toolkit, designed to help Connecticut municipalities develop strategies to encourage transportation electrification through the pairi...
February 2017
This report presents findings from a detailed analysis of the growth of app-based ride services in New York City, their impacts on traffic, travel patterns and vehicle mileage since 2013, and implicat...
February 2017
A future with shared, electric autonomous vehicles holds many promises. But without an intentional focus on equity, it may exacerbate existing barriers and increase inequality. Policymakers must cons...
February 2017
Revolutionary change is happening within and around active travel modes. Sharing and electrification of bikes, scooters, and skateboards could complement auto electrification, automation, and sharing....
January 2017
The study presents a model for real-time high-capacity ride-sharing that (i) scales to large numbers of passengers and trips and (ii) dynamically generates optimal routes with respect to online demand...
December 2016
MJB&A estimated the costs and benefits of increased use of light duty plug-in electric vehicles (PEV) in five mid-Atlantic and northeast states including Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York...
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