Transportation is the state’s number one source of greenhouse gas emissions and a major source of local air pollution that disproportionately impacts the health of people living near roadways, port facilities, industrial activity and railways — communities where vulnerable populations often reside.
These populations are particularly sensitive to transportation pollution due to health, economic and other environmental factors. To meet emission reduction limits, vehicles will need to operate on renewable fuels, such as biofuels, electricity and hydrogen, and communities must reduce miles traveled, as well as increase transit, cycling and walking. – Washington 2021 State Energy Strategy
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