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An agent-based model for evaluating long-term impacts of TRAP on disadvantaged communities under multiple scenarios

Principal Investigator: 

The University of British Columbia, Canada

This project will link and extend several models to create a framework for full-chain assessment of transportation systems and impacts of traffic-related air pollution on population health in the San Francisco Bay Area. The investigators will evaluate impacts of three policy scenarios — federal/California long-term transportation electrification, telecommuting impact from COVID-19, and a community-led scenario — on ambient air pollution and associated mortality and morbidity outcomes, including environmental justice disparities.

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Abstracts for investigators' posters to be presented at the HEI 2025 Annual Conference will appear on the HEI website in April 2025.