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Government Steering Americans Toward a Tele-Work, Tele-Shop, Mass-Transit Future

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Susan Jones
CNSNews.com
March 16, 2013

The Obama administration envisions a “low-carbon, low-petroleum” future where Americans tele-work, tele-shop, walk, bike and use carpools or mass transit if they must leave the neighborhood at all.

A study released Friday says the U.S. has the potential to reduce petroleum use and pollution in the transportation sector by more than 80 percent by 2050. In other words, gasoline-powered cars may go the way of the dinosaur, and many Americans may end up living in planned, mixed-use, “walkable” neighborhoods, built along mass transit lines.

The study — titled Transportation Energy Futures — offers “an inclusive approach,” including increased fuel economy for all types of vehicles; reduced use of transportation by car; and the expanded use of low-carbon fuels, such as biofuels, electricity, and hydrogen.

Under a section called “Transportation Demand,” the report sees opportunities to save energy “through community development and built environment strategies.”

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This article was posted: Saturday, March 16, 2013 at 7:30 am





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