Evaluate bus emissions generated near far-side and near-side stops and potential reductions by ITS: An empirical study
mode - bus, place - north america, technology - emissions, technology - intelligent transport systems
Vehicle specific power, Automatic vehicle location, Intelligent transportation systems
In this paper, we use second-by-second automatic vehicle location data to estimate bus emissions near far-side and near-side stops. We classify the bus running state near a stop into approach, dwell, and departure. A vehicle specific power approach is used to estimate bus emissions for each state. We show that bus emissions generated near stops can be significantly reduced by using certain intelligent transportation systems techniques.
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L.J.Li., Gupta, S.D., Zhang, L., Zhou, K., & Zhang, W.B. (2012). Evaluate bus emissions generated near far-side and near-side stops and potential reductions by ITS: An empirical study. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Vol. 17, (1), pp. 73-77.