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Please review your cart. As demand for freight transport grows, making the global fleet of on-road freight vehicles both cleaner and more fuel-efficient is an increasingly urgent task. Most heavy-duty vehicles are powered by diesel engines that, especially in older models, can emit high levels of particulates, nitrogen oxides, and other pollutants that cause both chronic disease and premature death, especially in urban areas and among the most vulnerable populations.
And HDVs are responsible for an increasing proportion of total carbon emissions from the transportation sector, as light-duty vehicles become more fuel efficient thanks in part to the pressure from farsighted regulatory policy. Achieving a cleaner freight transport system will depend not only on a similarly farsighted approach to regulating vehicle emissions and efficiency, but also on developing an effective model for systemic change that includes measures to shift freight to the most sustainable modes and optimize supply chain activity.
Policymakers can draw on a growing portfolio of measures to reduce climate impacts and local air pollution from on-road freight.
These include voluntary measures, such as green freight programs or fuel-efficiency labeling, and mandates such as vehicle efficiency standards or exhaust pollutant limits. The chart shows the incremental cost versus fuel consumption reduction potential for long-haul tractor-trailers, relative to the average European truck. And their share is growing, as emissions from cars and vans decline in response to increasingly stringent CO 2 standards for those vehicles. Assesses progress in toward reducing black carbon emissions from diesel on-road light-duty and heavy-duty vehicles.
Summarizes and compares the two main test methods for aerodynamic evaluations of heavy trucks in the United States and the European Union. An ambitious fleet renewal and electrification plan would position the city as a regional leader on cleaner and more sustainable public transportation.
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