|A Before and After Evaluation of Shared Mobility Projects in the San Joaquin Valley
||Caroline Rodier, Brian Harold, Yunwan Zhang
||UC Davis partnered with the eight San Joaquin Valley Metropolitan Planning Organizations to identify and support development of three innovative mobility pilot concepts for the region.
|Modeling Expected Air Quality Impacts of Oregon’s Proposed Expanded Clean Fuels Program
||Colin Murphy, Michael J. Kleeman, Guihua Wang, Yiting Li
|Literature review on policies to mitigate GHG emissions for cement and concrete
||Pablo Busch, Alissa Kendall, Colin W. Murphy, Sabbie A. Miller
||This study undertakes a review of previous research on cement and concrete decarbonization and analyzes the most common proposed measures along their level of action, involved stakeholders, barriers to implementation, and coordinated policy actions.
|California Automated Vehicle Policy Strategies
||Mollie Cohen D'Agostino, Jerel Francisco, Susan A. Shaheen, Daniel Sperling
||Issue paper leveraging the eight principles for AV policy included in the draft CalSTA framework.
|Multijurisdictional Status Review of Low Carbon Fuel Standards, 2010–2020 Q2
||Daniel Mazzone, Colin Murphy, Julie Witcover
||This LCFS status report is the latest in a series of updates based on program metrics. It focuses on the programs in the Pacific Coast Collaborative (PCC) jurisdictions of California, Oregon, and BC, and covers 2010 through 2020 Q2 (the most recent data available at the time of writing).
|Local Policies for Better Micromobility
||Sam Fuller, Dillon Fitch, Mollie D'Agostino
||White paper highlighting key themes from a series of ten interviews with U.S. cities with micromobility programs in their jurisdictions.
|Driving California's Transportation Emissions to Zero
||Austin L. Brown, Daniel Sperling, Bernadette Austin, Jr DeShazo, Lew Fulton, Timothy Lipman, Colin Murphy, Jean-Daniel Saphores, Gil Tal
||Research-driven analysis of options that can put California on a pathway to achieve carbon-neutral transportation by 2045.
|Setting Transportation Network Company Policies to Increase Sustainability
||Sam Fuller, Tatjana Kunz, Austin L. Brown, Mollie Cohen D'Agostino
||White paper assessing the goals and effectiveness of transportation network company fees in achieving specific policy objectives, primarily congestion and emissions mitigation.
|Oregon's Clean Fuels Program - A Review and Status Update
||Julie Witcover, Colin Murphy
||Research report reviewing Oregon's Clean Fuels Program (CFP) data from the first three years of CFP operation, including an overview of program characteristics, identification of key trends, and comparison of the CFP to LCFS.
|Policy Pathways to TNC Electrification in California
||Kelly L. Fleming, Mollie Cohen D'Agostino
||Issue paper synthesizing research related to electrification of Transportation Network Company (TNC) vehicles and policy pathways for addressing barriers to electric-vehicle (EV) use among TNC drivers.
|Technology is Outpacing State Automated Vehicle Policy
||Kelly L. Fleming
||Research report addressing the nature of statutes related to Automated Vehicles (AVs), which tend to be preliminary in scope. This paper creates a scale for evaluating AV policy from most permissive to most restrictive.
|Insuring Automated Vehicles in California
||Gordon Anderson, Austin Brown
||Issue paper focused on four potential areas of conflict between existing California insurance law and insurance needs for self-driving vehicles.