Air Quality and Behavioral Impacts of Anti-Idling Campaigns in School Drop-Off Zones

URL: http://www.mdpi.com/2073-4433/13/5/706/pdf

The authors studied two anti-idling campaigns in Salt Lake County, Utah to understand if reduced engine idling leads to behavioral change and subsequent reduction in traffic-related air pollution exposure of the related school. They found a 38% decrease in idling time following an anti-idling campaign and an 11% decrease in the number of vehicles idling at the school drop-off zones.


This is an open-access article.

Topics: Environment:, Sustainable transportation, Health Promotion, Environmental health, Clean Air
Location: US
Resource Type: strategies and interventions
Publisher: MDPI
Date Last Updated: 2023-03-14 12:24:27

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