Effects of Eco-Drive Education on the Reduction of Fuel Consumption and CO2 Emissions
Other literature type, Article
- Publisher: University of Zagreb, Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences
(issn: 0353-5320, eissn: 1848-4069)
eco-driving; fuel consumption; CO2 emission; sustainable development | TA1001-1280 | eco-driving, fuel consumption, CO2 emission, sustainable development | Transportation engineering
Sustainable mobility is the basic and long-term goal of the traffic policy. Eco-driving represents one of 40 measures that should by 2050 contribute to 60% of traffic-generated emission reduction. The paper presents the significance of educating the drivers about eco-dr...