Car Lines by Michael P. Walsh
Home General FuelEconomy FuelsSustainable TransportationTechnologiesHealth EffectsClimateGlobal NewsDirectives & RegsEnforcementInspectionMPW DocsLinks

China Related Files

The following subjects are available as text files, Rich Text Format (RTF) files, Microsoft Power Point (PPT) files, or as Adobe Acrobat PDF (portable document format) files as indicated. The PDF files require that you have the FREE Acrobat Reader installed on your computer in order to display or print them. If you do not have the Acrobat Reader, it is available for Windows, Macintosh, and Unix operating systems at Adobe's Web site. The Power Point files require you to have Microsoft's Power Point program. The RTF files require Microsoft Word or another program which will read that format.

Note that some of these files contain Chinese language characters which you might not be able to read. To read or download any of the files on this Web site, simply click on any link within parenthesis following a filename.

Date Description File(s)
2005 BRT Developments in China, presented at the Environment 2005 Conference by S. K. Jason Chang, Ph.D. PDF
December, 2004 Progress of Beijing in Control of Vehicular Emissions. Prof. Jiming Hao, Tsinghua University; Beijing, PRC. PDF
December 13, 2004 Motor Vehicle Pollution Control: Lessons Learned Over the Past Fifty Years, presented by MPW at the China Fuel Economy Workshop; Hong Kong. PDF
December 6-8, 2004 Sustainable Transport Indicators: Vehicle Activity Study, Shanghai, China, presented at BAQ 2004. Changhong Chen et al; Agra, India. PDF
November, 2004 Transportation and Environment in Chinese Cities: Barriers for Policymakers. Tsinghua University. PDF
November, 2004 Furthering Shanghai Transportation Modernization and Management through Overall Planning, Dual Emphasis on Construction & Management, and Short/Long-Term Traffic Considerations. Hong Hao, Shanghai Municipal Government. PDF
November 9, 2004 China Automotive Fuel Economic Standards. CATARC, Xu Bamin. PDF
July 8-10, 2004 China's Fuel Economy Policy, presented by Charlotte Pera at the USAEE/ISAEE Conference; Washington, DC. PDF
November 12-13, 2003 The Path to Near-Zero Vehicle Emissions: Applying California's Experience to China. MPW and Dr. Alan C. Lloyd. Beijing, PRC. PDF
April 24-25, 2003 The Need For and Potential Benefits of Advanced Technology Vehicles in China, presented by MPW at Workshop On Advanced Technology Vehicles. Beijing, PRC. PDF
December 8-10, 2002 China - EU Cooperation Project: Final Summary of Results, presentation of MPW at International Symposium. Beijing, PRC. PDF
August, 2002 Improving Transport Fuel Quality in China: Implications for the Refining Sector. Trans-Energy Research Associates, Seattle, WA; China Petrochemical Consulting Corporation, Beijing; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA. PDF
September, 2001 Efforts to Reduce Motorcycle Emissions in China. PPT
August 23, 2001 The Automobile Fuel Economy Standards and Fuel Efficiency Promotion Policies of China - China Automotive Technology and Research Center. PPT
June 24, 2001 Controlling Vehicular Air Pollution in Beijing - Professor Kebin He, Dept. of Environmental Science & Engineering, Tsinghua University, Orlando, Florida, USA. PPT
May, 2001 Development of Petroleum Industry and Alternative Vehicle Fuels in China - Beijing. PPT
January 22, 2001 Chinese Urban Air Quality Data for January 22, 2001 - Animated Movie. GIF
January 12, 2001 Issues Relating to Personal Vehicle Expansion in China - Zhi Liu. Symposium: The Future of Personal Transport Vehicles in China. PDF
January 10-18, 2001 Current Air Quality Problem and Control Strategies for Vehicular Emissions in China - Manuscript for presentation in Washington DC. Min Shao, Yuanhang Zhang. Center for Environmental Sciences, Peking University, Beijing. PDF
November 23, 2000 Research on Comparison Between Hybrid Energy Vehicles and Fuel Cell Vehicles. RTF
not specified Health and Environmental Concerns Associated with Diesel Vehicle Emissions in China. MPW. PDF
not specified Fuel Quality Improvement and Public Health. Fu Lixin, Tsinghua University. PDF
not specified Why China Needs Low Sulfur Fuels. MPW. PDF
not specified BRT Development In China - Challenges and Opportunities. Kangming Xu, International Consultant. PDF
not specified Seizing Development Opportunities to Improve the Transportation System and Promote Bus Rapid Transit in Chengdu. Zhang Xue'ai, People's Government of Chengdu. PDF
not specified Features of Chinese Vehicular Fuels - Qiu Yansheng. Research Institute of Petroleum Processing, Beijing. PDF
not specified The Issues We Are Facing - Konghui Guo. PDF
not specified An Engineering Study for the Development and Marketing of Personal Use Cars (PUCs) in China - Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan. PDF
not specified Arrangement on Auto Fuel Economy Standards and Fuel Efficiency Promotion Policies of China. PPT
not specified Clean Fuels in China - A report prepared by MPW for publication in Sinosphere. PDF


  ContactAbout Us