You might be interested in this report (in which the SafeTREC GIS crash
, played a role).
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Subject: Health Co-Benefits and Transportation-Related Reductions in
Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the Bay Area
Date: Mon, 5 Dec 2011 11:32:50 -0800
From: Maizlish, Neil (CDPH-CCDPHP) <Neil.Maizlish(a)cdph.ca.gov>
To: <davidr(a)berkeley.edu> <davidr(a)berkeley.edu>du>,
I am pleased to share a summary of our recently completed report "Health
Co-Benefits and Transportation-Related Reductions in Greenhouse Gas
Emissions in the Bay Area." The study demonstrated significant health
co-benefits and greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions using
strategies based on active transport (walking and bicycling).
The full technical report is available at:
I also want to thank you and SafeTREC for the geocoded SWITRS data you
made available, without which this project would not have been possible.
Best regards, Neil.
Neil Maizlish, PhD, Epidemiologist
Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and
California Department of Public Health
850 Marina Bay Parkway, Mail Stop P3-124
Richmond, CA 94804
Tel. (510) 620-3128
Fax (510) 620-3141
Safe Transportation Research and Education
University of California Transportation Center <http://www.uctc.net> (UCTC)
Institute for Urban and Regional Development
2614 Dwight Way
Berkeley CA 94720-7374