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Environmental Protection Agency: What If We Kept Our Cars Parked for Trips Less Than One Mile?
Environmental Protection Agency

What if we all chose to walk or bike for just half of our car trips of under a mile?

Environmental Protection Agency: What if We Drove Our Most Efficient Car?
Environmental Protection Agency

What if people always chose to drive the most efficient car that meets their needs?

Environmental Protection Agency: What if Garbage Fumes Powered More of Our Cars, Trucks, and Buses?
Environmental Protection Agency

What if we converted all available U.S. garbage fumes from large landfills into transportation fuel?

Environmental Protection Agency: What If More People Bought Groceries Online Instead of Driving t...
Environmental Protection Agency

Delivery trucks typically get fewer miles to the gallon than cars, but each household making individual trips to the store isn’t efficient or pollution-free either. What if more people bought their groceries online? 

Environmental Protection Agency: Shared Mobility
Environmental Protection Agency

The world of transportation is changing quickly! With the advent of smartphones, many new mobility options have emerged.

Environmental Protection Agency: Choose a Path to Lower GHG Passenger Travel
Environmental Protection Agency

Think you can put us on the path to lower greenhouse gas emissions? Now’s your chance!

Environmental Protection Agency: Basic Information on Fuel Economy Labeling
Environmental Protection Agency

EPA is responsible for providing the fuel economy data that is used on the fuel economy label (or window sticker) on all new cars and light trucks.

Environmental Protection Agency: History of Fuel Economy Labeling
Environmental Protection Agency

Fuel economy labels have been displayed on the window sticker of all new light duty cars and trucks since the mid-1970s, as required by the Energy Policy and Conservation Act.

Environmental Protection Agency: Gas Guzzler Tax
Environmental Protection Agency

Manufacturers of new cars that fail to meet the minimum fuel economy level of 22.5 miles per gallon (mpg) have to pay a “Gas Guzzler Tax.”

Environmental Protection Agency: Electric Vehicle - Learn More About the New Label
Environmental Protection Agency

View interactive information about the new Fuel Economy and Environment Labels

Environmental Protection Agency: Gasoline Vehicle - Learn More About the New Label
Environmental Protection Agency

View interactive information about the new Fuel Economy and Environment Labels

Environmental Protection Agency: Smog, Soot, and Other Air Pollution from Transportation
Environmental Protection Agency

Learn about smog, soot, ozone, and other air pollution, as well as EPA programs to reduce them.

Environmental Protection Agency: Carbon Pollution from Transportation
Environmental Protection Agency

Learn about transportation and climate change, as well as EPA programs to reduce carbon pollution.

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