Literature Review On Transportation

Various methodologies have been developed to evaluate the dimensions of sustainability.The objective of the sustainability assessment is to understand the impacts of a product, company, sector, or system in terms of three aspects: economic, environmental, and social [20,21,22].In this sense, the study of sustainability should also be considered a system owing to its complexity and the interrelations between its three dimensions (economic, environmental, and social) [14,15,16,17].The relationships and feedback of these dimensions are indivisible and must be analysed in an integrated manner [18,19].The World Health Organization [6] estimates that 3 million deaths and 85 millions of disability-adjusted life years can be associated with urban air quality.Governments have identified the diffusion of hybrid and electric vehicles (EVs) as a possible solution to these problems [7,8,9,10].

We use cookies to offer you a better experience, personalize content, tailor advertising, provide social media features, and better understand the use of our services.We use cookies to make interactions with our website easy and meaningful, to better understand the use of our services, and to tailor advertising.For further information, including about cookie settings, please read our Cookie Policy .Section 3 describes the results of the systematic review.These results are presented in five subsections, each of which, respectively, describes the bibliometric results, discusses the demand side of the system, presents the results associated with the fuel and vehicles supply system, describes how sustainability has been modelled, and presents how the elements of the system have been integrated.On the demand side, we find the consumer who requires vehicles, fuels, technical services, and infrastructure from the market.On the supply side, we find fuel producers, fuel distributors, vehicle producers, and vehicle dealers who offer vehicles, fuels, and technical services to the market.The transportation sector contributes greatly to these problems [1,2,3,4].According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [5], the transportation sector contributes to 14% of global greenhouse gas emissions.This systematic literature review analyses the existing models and frameworks that integrate the vehicle and energy supply, consumer and market behaviour, and the dimensions of sustainability for improving the diffusion of passenger EVs.The analysis is performed from the point of view of modelling, the variables considered, and the relationships between the actors of the system, and its objective is to understand the level of integration that the existing models and frameworks comprised and to determine the relationships and feedbacks that have not been previously studied. Section 2 presents the methodology used for this systematic literature review.

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