Transportation Futures: Policy Scenarios for Achieving Greenhouse Gas Reduction Targets Andrew I. Kay, Robert B. Noland, and Caroline J. Rodier, 56 pages. March 2014. The research presented here analyzes three scenarios to reduce GHG emissions in the transportation sector: changes in the perceived price of travel, land-use intensification, and increases in transit. Elasticity estimates are […]
Deka, D., and T. Marchwinski. 2014. “The Revenue and Environmental Benefits of New Off-Peak Commuter Rail Service – The Case of the Pascack Valley Line in New Jersey.” Transportation. 41(1): 157-172. Abstract Although researchers have long argued in favor of off-peak transit service, studies that have empirically estimated its benefits regarding revenue generation, trip diversions, […]
NJ Energy Master Plan and Greenhouse Gas Initiative (December 2011)
Energy Consumption and the Commute to Work VTC staff in association with Jeffrey Zupan, 4 pages. A working paper prepared for the Center for Energy, Economic and Environmental Policy at Rutgers University. January 2006. Final Report
An Evaluation of Public-Private Incentives to Reduce Emissions from Regional Ferries Synthesis Report, 15 Pages, July 2005 Technical Memorandum I, 16 Pages, February 2004 Technical Memorandum II , 38 Pages, June 2004 Final Report
Penn’s Neck Final Environmental Impact Statement Record of Decision 27 Pages, May 2005. Executive Summary 47 Pages. December 2004.