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New study finds gasoline stations vent up to 10x more benzene fumes than previously thought

Green Car Congress

A study led by environmental health scientists at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health examined the release of vapors from gasoline station vent pipes, and found benzene emissions were 10 times higher than estimates used in setback regulations that determine how close schools, playgrounds, and parks can be to the facilities. The findings appear in the journal Science of the Total Environment.

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Mazda EVs, Tesla numbers, and questions about EV profitability: The Week in Reverse

Green Car Reports

Will automakers be able to turn a profit on all the electric vehicles under development? And how many Model 3 sedans, again, did Tesla deliver just last month? This is Green Car Reports’ look back at the Week in Reverse, for the week ending October 5, 2018. Friday, we looked at a test of semi self-driving systems from Consumer Reports, and. The Week In Reverse

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Honda demonstrates smart intersection technology that enables vehicles to virtually see through and around buildings

Green Car Congress

In Marysville, Ohio, Honda held a demonstration of its “Smart Intersection” technology for vehicle-to-everything (V2X) communication designed to reduce traffic collisions at roadway intersections—one of the first such deployments of V2X technology in a real-world setting.

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