Intersection Air Quality Analysisby John Zamurs, New York State Dep of Transportation, Albany, United States,
Robert Conway, New York State Dep of Transportation, Albany, United States,
Stephen S. Rosen, New York State Dep of Transportation, Albany, United States,
Abstract: Methods of carbon monoxide concentration estimation at or near intersections have recently undergone scrutiny with resulting debate on the proper and accurate ways to make these estimates (Sculley, 1989; Zamurs, 1990). Information on the significance of intersection air quality analysis is presented, as well as discussion on the uncertainties associated with these analyses. Also presented are the selected results of a major study undertaken, in part, to assist in resolving these uncertainties.
Subject Headings: Air quality | Intersections | Carbon monoxide | Uncertainty principles | Information management | Automobiles | Engines
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