Author Detail

Austin Brown (dokbrown@ucdavis.edu)

University of California, Davis

Publications (19 records):

Title Year Series
Travel Time Costs in the Near- (Circa 2020) And Long-Term (2030–2035) For Automated, Electrified, and Shared Mobility in the United States 2021 Reprint
Electrification of Medium- And Heavy-Duty Ground Transportation: Status Report 2021 Reprint
Green Charging of Electric Vehicles Under a Net-Zero Emissions Policy Transition in California 2021 Research Report
Brief: Smart Charging of Electric Vehicles Will Reduce Emissions and Costs in a 100% Renewable Energy Future in California 2021 Brief
Brief: Local Policies for Better Micromobility 2021 Brief
Brief: Setting Transportation Network Company Policies to Increase Sustainability 2021 Brief
Driving California’s Transportation Emissions to Zero 2021 Research Report
Setting TNC Policies to Increase Sustainability 2021 Research Report
Prospects for a Highly Electric Road Transportation Sector in the USA 2020 Reprint
America's Zero Carbon Action Plan - Chapter 5.2 Accelerating Deep Decarbonization in the U.S. Transportation Sector 2020 Reprint
Generalized Costs of Travel by Solo and Pooled Ridesourcing vs. Privately Owned Vehicles, and Policy Implications 2020 Research Report
Communicating Science to Policymakers: Six Strategies for Success 2019 Reprint
Historical Perspectives on Managing Automation and Other Disruptions in Transportation 2019 Reprint
Mobility Data Sharing: Challenges and Policy Recommendations 2019 Research Report
Policy Brief: Mobility Data Sharing: Challenges and Policy Recommendations 2019 Research Report
State-Of-The-Knowledge White Paper Series: How Zero-Emission Vehicle Incentives and Related Policies Affect the Market 2019 Research Report
California Climate Change Target Setting: A Workshop Report and Recommendations to the State of California Based on the Third California Climate Policy Modeling Dialogue and Workshop 2019 Research Report
Three Revolutions in Transportation 2018 Reprint
Environmental Regulation Impacts on Freight Diversion 2018 Research Report