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Posts Tagged ‘Ann Arbor’

Ann Arbor, MI: Climate Action Plan – Buildings and Energy

Wednesday, December 26th, 2012

CITY OF ANN ARBOR Buildings accounted for 41 percent of the primary energy consumption in the United States (22 percent from residential buildings and 19 percent from commercial buildings) in 2010. The energy used in buildings contributes significantly to GHG emissions in the City of Ann Arbor and makes up 77 percent of the City’s […]

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Smart Mobility for a 21st Century America

Thursday, October 7th, 2010
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TRANSPORTATION FOR AMERICA, INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SOCIETY OF AMERICA, ASSOCIATION OF COMMUTER TRANSPORTATION, SUSTAINABILITY MOBILITY & ACCESSIBILITY RESEARCH & TRANSFORMATION
Improving transportation efficiency through operational innovation is critical as our population grows and ages, budgets tighten and consumer preferences shift. Now, as Congress prepares to review and reauthorize the nation’s transportation program, an array of innovations that were either overlooked or did not exist at the time of previous authorizations can be incentivized.

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