Motor Vehicles

Auto Production Sets New Record, Fleet Surpasses 1 Billion Mark

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Michael Renner
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Global production of automobiles keeps rising to new heights. London-based IHS Automotive puts passenger-car production in 2013 at 69.6 million, up from 66.7 million in 2012, and projects a figure of 71.7 million for 2014. (See Figure 1.) Adding light trucks (which in some countries, such as the United States, are used for passenger transportation), total light vehicle production rose from 81.5 million in 2012 to 84.7 million in 2013 and is projected to reach 86.8 million in 2014. ... Read more about Auto Production Sets New Record, Fleet Surpasses 1 Billion Mark

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Transportation to Work: San Diego County, 2009

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"San Diego is dominated by automobile usage as a result of our increasing population, suburban lifestyles, and land use decisions dating back to the early 20th century. For example, only 3% of our workforce commutes to work using public transportation (ranking 33rd out of 50 cities). 76% of San Diegans drive to work alone; 10% carpool, leading to one of the highest congestion rankings in the country (41 of the 50 largest cities)." - Equinox Center ... Read more about Transportation to Work: San Diego County, 2009

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San Diego County: Towards a Reliable and Sustainable Public Transportation System

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Franco Boscolo

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