Less commuting and climate protection: An estimation exercise for the Frankfurt/Rhein-Main region

28 Feb 2020


In Germany, millions of people commute from their homes to work every day. The car is the most important means of transportation and has a major impact on greenhouse gas emissions. This study by the Frankfurt Living Lab research partner, PRAC, views the efficiency potentials of reduced commuting and the respective contribution of greenhouse gas emissions at district level and at the level of functional space. 

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Author: Moneim Issa and Rolf Bergs, PRAC

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