Predicting traffic-generated carbon dioxide concentrations in Sydney
The abilities of two line-source dispersion models to predict road-edge concentrations from both CALINE4 and HIWAY-2 using a new power-based emissions module are compared with eight days of experimental data collected at three sites in Sydney through a recent field study carried out by the Commonwealth Scientific Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) on behalf of the Roads and Traffic Authority (RTA) in Sydney to quantify air pollution near roads and highways in Sydney.
This article was originally published as Shenouda, DA and Schmidt, LC, Predicting traffic-generated carbon dioxide concentrations in Sydney, Journal of Transportation Engineering, 123(5), September / October 1997. Copyright American Society of Civil Engineers. Journal homepage here.