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A Study On Air Pollution By Automobiles In Bangalore City

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  • Mahadevappa HARISH

    () (Centre for infrastructure, Sustainable Transportation and Urban Planning, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore-12, India)

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This Paper has made an attempt to study on urban air pollution in Bangalore city by emission of gases by vehicles which emit from them. The present day environment crisis demands a change in attitude, which initiatives can be taken to rescue environment from destruction in the city of Bangalore. But the urban areas have a big share in the present day environmental problems from the automobiles throughout the world. This will finally focus on the attempt on the effects due to increase in the vehicle ratio in the city. Based on the facts and data obtained, the scenarios regarding future vehicle growth and their impact for travel is discussed to over come emissions problems. The main objective is based on the emission of vehicles and their problems. In future vehicle-based emissions testing should be conducted for at least once in three months in Bangalore to gain a more accurate picture of the emissions that Occur from the specific vehicles in this city. The results posed by important issues on transport and facts of existing situation will be used for the recommendations.

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  • Mahadevappa HARISH, 2012. "A Study On Air Pollution By Automobiles In Bangalore City," Management Research and Practice, Research Centre in Public Administration and Public Services, Bucharest, Romania, vol. 4(3), pages 25-36, September.
  • Handle: RePEc:rom:mrpase:v:4:y:2012:i:3:p:25-36
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    1. Auffhammer, Maximilian & Carson, Richard T., 2008. "Forecasting the path of China's CO2 emissions using province-level information," Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Elsevier, vol. 55(3), pages 229-247, May.
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    Ambient ; Dependency ; Emissions ; Processes; Scenario;

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