Public transportation systems are often part of strategies to reduce urban environmental impacts from passenger transportation, yet comprehensive energy and environmental life-cycle measures, including upfront infrastructure effects and indirect and supply chain processes, are rarely considered.
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- Chester, Mikhail Vin (Author)
- Pincetl, Stephanie Sabine, 1952- (Author)
- Elizabeth, Zoe (Author)
- Eisenstein, William (Author)
- Matute, Juan (Author)
- Arizona State University. School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment (Contributor)
- Arizona State University. Center for Earth Systems Engineering and Management (Contributor)
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Environmental Research Letters 8(1) 015041