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The transportation facts:
Transportation accounts for more than 34% of Vermont's energy use (
U.S. Energy Information Administration)
Transportation is responsible for nearly half of Vermont’s greenhouse gas emissions. (2016 Vermont Comprehensive Energy Plan)
In 2013 more than $1 billion per year left the state to buy fuel. (same)
Of the state strategies to have10% renewable energy in transportation by 2025 (on the way to at least 80% by 2050), individual towns can help with three:
Reduce transportation energy demand through smart land use.
Shift transportation away from single-occupancy vehicles through the promotion of other options, including transit, walking, biking, carpooling, and telework.
Electrify and increase the efficiency of light-duty vehicles.
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