Education

Make Better Cost Saving and Emission Reducing Decisions

Information and technology are always changing.   It can make it difficult to know where to start when it comes to creating a more sustainable and fuel efficient fleet.  Start with SMARTE to learn about different strategies, get in contact with industry experts, and find resources and tools that can help reach your fleet goals.  

1. Articles

Get started on your journey to build a more sustainable and fuel efficient fleet by browsing through articles and links collected by SMARTE. 

2. NCTCOG Reports and Studies

The North Central Texas Council of Governments have conducts studies and developed reports that can provide insight into diesel emissions and emission control strategies.

 

3. Resources

There's lot of information out there, SMARTE is just the start.  These resources can help you narrow down the best strategy for your fleet and get you in contact with industry experts.

Environmental Protection Agency's SmartWay

Engine Off North Texas

Regional Freight Advisory Committee

EPA’s SmartWay program helps companies advance supply chain sustainability by measuring, benchmarking, and improving freight transportation efficiency. Engine Off North Texas is a regional initiative dedicated to reducing the impacts associated with the unnecessary idling of vehicles.  The Regional Freight Advisory Committee serves to maximize the Dallas-Fort Worth region’s freight capabilities through information, knowledge, and technology sharing between public and private freight interests; promoting the region’s intermodal capabilities and capacity; and supporting and improving the regional freight system.
     
   

Dallas- Fort Worth Clean Cities

 

 
The Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) Clean Cities Coalition works with local fleets to promote practices and decisions to reduce transportation energy use and improve air quality.    















 
  • U.S. Department of Energy 
    • The U.S. Department of Energy provides vehicle fleet mangers, drivers, corporate decision makers, sustainability managers, and public transportation planners multiple strategies to conserve fuel and improve their bottom line. 
Regional Freight Advisory Committee
The Regional Freight Advisory Committee serves to maximize the Dallas-Fort Worth region’s freight capabilities through information, knowledge, and technology sharing between public and private freight interests; promoting the region’s intermodal capabilities and capacity; and supporting and improving the regional freight system.