Congestion and conditions like idling, stand-still and stop-and-go traffic lead to increased vehicle emissions. TSMO strategies aimed at encouraging multimodal, non-motorized use of the transportation system and keeping vehicles moving through the system can reduce negative environmental impacts.
|Alternative work hours||Low||Low||Low|
|High occupancy vehicle lanes||Medium||Medium||High|
|Land use development||Low||Low||High|
|Park and ride||Medium||Medium||High|
|Parking designated for carpool or vanpool||Low||Low||Medium|
|Roundabouts - design & installation||High||Low||Medium|
|Traffic signal priority & preemption||Medium||Medium||Medium|
|Trip reduction ordinances||Low||Low||High|
|Unbundled residential parking||High||Low||High|
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