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FormatTitleAgencyYear
PDFOur Built and Natural Environments: A Technical Review United States Environmental Protection Agency2001
PDFCosts and Benefits of Reduced Sulfur Fuels in ChinaThe International Council on Clean Transportation2006
PDFFailing and Succeeding in Planning for TransportationUniversity of British Columbia Centre for Human Settlements1980
PDFUrban Traffic Noise Abatement - A Case Study of Boundary Road, Vancouver, B.C.University of British Columbia - Centre for Human Settlements1983
PDFEnergy for Low-Income SettlementsUnited Nations Centre for Human Settlements1991
PDFCity Centre Traffic Restraint Schemes - The Singapore ExperienceCentre for Human Settlements- University of British Columbia1986
PDFU-Pass at the University of British Columbia: Lessons for Effective Demand Management in the Campus Context2005 Annual Conference of the Transportation Association of Canada2005
PDFA Primer on Transportation Investment and Economic DevelopmentTransport Association of Canada1994
PDFInnovations in Financing Urban TransportationTransportation Association of Canada2002
PDFClean Energy Environment Guide to Action: Policies, Best Practices and Action Steps for StatesEnvironmental Protection Agency2006
PDFSustainable Urban Infrastructure (London Issue): A View to 2025Economist Intelligence Unit, Siemens2008
PDFGreen Your Building: A Toolkit for Improving Asset PerformanceAustralia Green Building Council2008
PDFSipping Fuel and Saving LivesInternational Council on Clean Transportation2006
PDFStrategies for Sustainable Transport PlanningTransport Association of Canada2007
PDFSustainable Energy for Poverty Reduction: An Action Plan Intermediate Technology Development Group | Greenpeace2002
PDFPublic Transit and Human Services Transportation Coordination Action PlanMetropolitan Council2007
PDFPowering Poverty Reduction Intermediate Technology Development Group2004
PDFIntegrating Sustainability into the Transportation Planning Process: Committee for the Conference on Introducing Sustainability US Environmental Protection Agency | Transportation Research Board | Federal Highway Administration2004
PDFBicycle Access to Downtown Montreal: Investing in a Better Future2005 Annual Conference of the Transportation Association of Canada2005
PDFLow-Sulfur Gasoline and Diesel: The Key to Lower Vehicle EmissionsInternational Council on Clean Transportation2003
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