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AuthorKeyvanfar A.
AuthorShafaghat A.
AuthorMuhammad N.Z.
AuthorFerwati M.S.
Available date2019-10-17T07:44:38Z
Publication Date2018
Publication NameSustainability (Switzerland)
ISSN20711050
URIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.3390/su10041152
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/12159
AbstractClimate change is receiving increasing attention in recent years. The transportation sector contributes substantially to increased fuel consumption, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and poor air quality, which imposes a serious respiratory health hazard. Road transport has made a significant contribution to this effect. Consequently, many countries have attempted to mitigate climate change using various strategies. This study analysed and compared the number of policies and other approaches necessary to achieve reduced fuel consumption and carbon emission. Frequency aggregation indicates that the mitigation policies associated with driving behaviours adopted to curtail this consumption and decrease hazardous emissions, as well as a safety enhancement. Furthermore, car-sharing/carpooling was the least investigated approach to establish its influence on mitigation of climate change. Additionally, the influence of such driving behaviours as acceleration/deceleration and the compliance to speed limits on each approach was discussed. Other driving behaviours, such as gear shifting, compliance to traffic laws, choice of route, and idling and braking style, were also discussed. Likewise, the influence of aggression, anxiety, and motivation on driving behaviour of motorists was highlighted. The research determined that driving behaviours can lead to new adaptive driving behaviours and, thus, cause a significant decrease of vehicle fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. - 2018 by the authors.
Languageen
PublisherMDPI AG
SubjectCarbon emission
SubjectClimate change
SubjectDriving behaviour
SubjectFuel consumption
SubjectMitigation policy
SubjectSafety
TitleDriving behaviour and sustainable mobility-policies and approaches revisited
TypeArticle
Issue Number4
Volume Number10


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