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Mapping Potholes by Phone
The New York Times · January 23, 2020
Under the direction of Professor Franz Josef-Ulm, a team of researchers from MIT, Harvard and Birzeit University have developed an app that uses phone data to determine road quality, which could help curb carbon emissions. Using this data, drivers could avoid rougher roads, which require more gas to drive on.
MITEI researchers Randall Field and Joanna Moody discuss Mobility of the Future study on “Digital Trends Live”
Digital Trends · December 10, 2019
Randall Field, executive director of the Mobility of the Future study and the Mobility Systems Center at the MIT Energy Initiative, and Joanna Moody, research program manager for the center, join Digital Trends Live to discuss MITEI's "Insights into Future Mobility" report findings, from infrastructure considerations for alternative fuel vehicles to how autonomous vehicles can work alongside mass transit.
MIT experts say CAFE, low-carbon grid key to reduce vehicle GHGs
Inside EPA · December 10, 2019
Jennifer Morris, a research scientist at the MIT Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change, speaks with Inside EPA about key findings from MITEI's "Insights into Future Mobility" report. She says that in all examined scenarios, the researchers expect to see significant growth of electric vehicles.
Energy Futures is published twice a year, featuring energy research and other energy activities at MIT.
MITEI report identifies need for technological innovations, policies, and behavioral changes