Smarter traffic light programming could help cut carbon emissions, MIT study shows

March 31, 2015 by  
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Idling cars create unnecessary greenhouse gas emissions , so common sense indicates that less time sitting in traffic would lead to a cleaner world. A new study by researchers at MIT shows how reprogramming traffic signals could lead to fewer traffic jams and a world with lower carbon emissions. Read the rest of Smarter traffic light programming could help cut carbon emissions, MIT study shows Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: city planning , MIT Research , reducing carbon emissions , reducing greenhouse gas emissions , reducing traffic jams , traffic light programming , traffic management , traffic signal programs , urban planning

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