Transportation Activities

Transportation makes so many of the things we do every day possible. Attending school outside of your home, eating food not grown in your garden, visiting friends or family that do not live in your neighborhood, countless jobs, and global commerce all depend on transportation. The transportation sector including all forms and modes, consumed about 20% of all energy globally in 2015. As such, efficiency in transportation represents a large potential to save energy in modern society.
Energy Resources: Oil

Starting in the twentieth century, petroleum has been the most important of the three fossil fuels and remains the most popular fuel worldwide. Since the popularization of the internal combustion engine in the early 1900s, petroleum consumption has grown primarily for use in the transportation sector, as consumers worldwide have acquired cars and driven trillions of miles.

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Auto Tire Pressure

Under-inflated tires lower gas mileage, wasting millions of dollars each year. Under-inflated tires are also a major safety hazard.

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What’s Your Mode?

By calculating exactly what it costs for each child to get to school, better decisions can be made.

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Utility Bill Organizer

We use energy for everything and could not make it through a single day without it. But we rarely even think about how much we use, what kinds of energy there are, the cost, or the pollution consequences.

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Texas Public Transit and You

Ridership is defined as the number of people that ride public transit in a day. Large cities spend lots of dollars and hours to determine ways to increase ridership.

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Energy Conservation vs. Energy Efficiency: What’s the Difference?

Some people think of energy conservation as having to be uncomfortable or suffer to save energy. The truth is: comfort and conservation are completely compatible!

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