The environment can affect health through physical exposures, such as air pollution OECD, b. A large body of work has documented the effects of exposure to particulate matter solid particles and liquid droplets found in the air on cardiovascular and respiratory mortality and morbidity Brook et al. Research has identified specific physiologic mechanisms by which these exposures affect inflammatory, autonomic, and vascular processes Brook et al.
The Index shows that transportation costs vary between and within regions depending on neighborhood characteristics: People who live in location-efficient neighborhoods—compact, mixed-use, and with convenient access to jobs, services, transit and amenities—tend to have lower transportation costs.
People who live in location-inefficient places—less dense areas that require automobiles for most trips—are more likely to have higher transportation costs. Methodology The methods for the cost model are drawn from peer-reviewed research findings on the factors that drive household transportation costs.
Paul, fellows with the Brookings Institution, and academics from the University of Minnesota, Virginia Tech, Temple University, and the University of Pennsylvania who specialize in transportation modeling, household travel behavior, community indicators, and related topics.
More information on the transportation cost model can be found in the Methods documentand a list of all transit agencies used in developing this index are found in Attachment A.
The report, The Affordability Index: A New Tool for Measuring the True Affordability of a Housing Choicefound that location matters, and it can affect the true cost of housing when transportation costs are factored in.
This research found that two primary independent variables in the household transportation model—residential density and household income—drive three dependent variables related to household travel behavior: Today the model controls for household characteristics to show the effect of the built environment on transportation costs.
Several iterations of the Index expanded its geographic coverage, improved its model, and advanced its website functionality. More information on the use and implementation of the Index can be found on the Applications page.
MacArthur Foundation Lloyd A.Geographic profiling is a criminal investigative methodology that analyzes the locations of a connected series of crimes to determine the most probable area of offender residence.
By incorporating both qualitative and quantitative methods, it assists in understanding spatial behaviour of an offender and focusing the investigation to a smaller area of the community. Strengthening Puerto Rico’s MS4 Program U.S. EPA Region 2 Services: Compliance. Since PG has supported several municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) program audits and inspections in Puerto Rico for EPA Region 2’s Caribbean Environmental Protection Division (CEPD).
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The promise of jobs and prosperity, among other factors, pulls people to cities. Half of the global population already lives in cities, and by two-thirds of the world's people are expected to.
EPA sets limits on environmental radiation from use of radioactive elements. The Radiation Protection website describes EPA's radiation protection activities, regulations and supporting information.
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