Target the oldest diesel trucks to reduce racial disparities in air pollution exposure in NYC

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A new TRUE study of real-world vehicle emissions in New York City has two key findings in relation to truck emissions in NYC: First, less than 10% of diesel trucks on the road are responsible for more than two-thirds of the fleet's tailpipe PM2.5 emissions; and second, people of colour living in the city are exposed to more PM2.5 from diesel trucks than average while non-Latino white residents are exposed to less.

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New TRUE analysis shows imported used light-duty vehicles in Warsaw emit two to three times as much pollution as domestic vehicles

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New research from The Real Urban Emissions (TRUE) Initiative in Warsaw highlights the impact of old and imported used vehicles on urban air quality and recommends actions for the city to take to address their high real-world emissions.

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