The University of California, Davis, will lead a 2-year, $11.2 million research consortium studying ways to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions from passenger and freight travel and prepare U.S. transportation infrastructure for the extreme weather that climate change is expected to bring. The new National Center for Sustainable Transportation will receive $5.6 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation and $5.6 million in matching funds from state, regional and local agencies. It ...
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