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Appendix A: Tables



Table 1. Wisconsin Population and VMT in 1998 in Comparison to Population and VMT in 1970.


Year

Population (Millions)

VMT (Billions)

VMT per Person

VMT per Family of 4

1970

4.4

21.87

4,970

19,880

1998

5.2

50.4

9,692

38,976

Difference

.8

28.5

4,722

19,096

Increase

18%

130%

95%

95%


Population Source: Wisconsin Legislative Reference Bureau, State of Wisconsin 1999-2000 Blue Book, 1999.
VMT = Vehicle Mileage Traveled. Source: Wisconsin Department of Transportation, personnel communication, 1999.

Table 2. Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emissions from Personal Automobiles in 1998 in Wisconsin Compared to CO2 Emissions from Personal Automobiles in Wisconsin in 1970.


Year

VMT (Billions)

(Exc. Heavy Trucks)

Average Miles Per Gallon of Gasoline1

Gallons of Gasoline (Billions)

CO2 Emissions (Millions of Tons)2

1970

21.87

13.6

1.61

17.7

1998

50.4

21.5

2.34

25.7

Difference

28.8

7.9

.73

8.0

Increase

132%

46%

45%

45%


Table 3. Financial Incentives for Typical Wisconsin Households Based on Recorded Vehicle Miles Traveled Over a 1-year Period
Financial Incentives (Annual Rewards)

$400 $1,200 $2,000

Household Size

Total Annual Miles

Total Annual Miles

Total Annual Miles

1 person

6,000

4,000

2,000

2 people, one drives

7,500

5,000

2,500

3 people, one drives

9,000

6,000

3,000

2 people, both drive

10,500

8,750

3,500

3 people, 2 drive

12,000

8,000

4,000

4 people, 2 drive

13,500

9,000

4,500

5 people, 2 drive

15,000

10,000

5,000




  • Payment awarded based on a maximum of 5 persons per household.

  • Person must be 18 years old to receive payment and identified “head of household”.

  • No extra mileage credit allocated for vacations, out of state travel, or business use of personal vehicles.

  • Ownership of a vehicle or possession of a driver’s license is not required for receiving non-driver reward, but person must be a Wisconsin resident.


Table 4. Ways to Reduce Vehicle Miles Traveled1
At Home At Work By Others

Seek Out Rides with Others Going to Same Locations

Use Teleconferencing Whenever Possible

Offer Rides to Others, or to Pick Up Goods at Stores for Others in Neighborhood

Work at Home or at a Nearby “Satellite” Office Whenever Possible (if Driving is Otherwise Required)

Choose Meeting Locations to Minimize Overall Travel by Meeting Participants

Buy Locally Produced Products

Use Non-Motorized Transportation or Walk Whenever Possible, Otherwise Take Transit

Reserve the Smallest Number of Transport Vehicles Possible

Choose Products Having Less Packaging

Move Residency Location if Work Location is Unlikely to Change Frequently and Driving or Carpooling is Always Required

Always Select Conference Sites and Building Locations (& Designs) Having Pedestrian, Transit Access and Bicycling (Plus Parking & Shower) Facilities

Avoid Buying Unneeded Products, and Encourage Others to Avoid Buying Unneeded Products, Too.

Minimize VMT by Choosing Places to Shop, Recreate, and Work that are Closer to Home

Encourage Employees to Work at Home, or to Use Satellite Offices, Whenever Possible

Proactively Encourage Coordinated Transportation to Any Events You Participate In


Table 5. Relative Transportation Mode Fossil Fuel Efficiencies1



Auto

1.00 (Ref.)

Rail

.48

Inter-city Bus

2.20

Airline

.92

Bicycling Walking

0.00


Table 6. Payment Schedule for Low Airplane Miles Traveled Per Person


Payment

Yearly Threshold (Miles Traveled)

$2,800

0

$2,400

100

$2,000

200

$1,600

300

$1,200

400

$800

500

$400

600


Table 7. Wisconsin Residential Energy Consumption by Fuel Type, 1998





Petroleum

Natural Gas

Coal

Electricity1

Total End Use2

Total Resource Use3

Trillions of Btu Used

33.9

117.7

.4

59.4

211.4

343.1

Percent of Total Energy End Use

16%

56%

<.1

28%

100%

162%

Per Capita Use (In Therms)

64.8

224.8

.7

113.5

403.9

655.5


Therm = 100,000 Btu

Source: Wisconsin Energy Bureau, Wisconsin Energy Statistics, p.14, 1999.

Wisconsin Population: 5,234,350 (Wis. Legislative Reference Bureau (1999))


Table 8. Payment Schedule for Low Household Annual Energy Use


Payment

Number of Persons in Household

Yearly Energy Use Threshold (therms)

$2,800

1

0

$2,800

2

0

$2,800

3

0

$2,800

4

0

$2,800

5

0

$2,400

1

100

$2,400

2

125

$2,400

3

150

$2,400

4

175

$2,400

5

200

$2,000

1

200

$2,000

2

250

$2,000

3

300

$2,000

4

350

$2,000

5

400

$1,600

1

300

$1,600

2

375

$1,600

3

450

$1,600

4

525

$1,600

5

600

$1,200

1

400

$1,200

2

500

$1,200

3

600

$1,200

4

700

$1,200

5

800

$800

1

500

$800

2

625

$800

3

750

$800

4

875

$800

5

1,000

$400

1

600

$400

2

750

$400

3

900

$400

4

1,050

$400

5

1,200


Table 919. Payment Schedule for Low Household Annual VMT – One Driver



Payment

Number of Persons in Household

Yearly VMT Threshold

(Miles)

$2,800

1

0

$2,800

2

0

$2,800

3

0

$2,800

4

0

$2,800

5

0

$2,400

1

Less than 1,000

$2,400

2

Less than 1,250

$2,400

3

Less than 1,500

$2,400

4

Less than 1,750

$2,400

5

Less than 2,000

$2,000

1

Less than 2,000

$2,000

2

Less than 2,500

$2,000

3

Less than 3,000

$2,000

4

Less than 3,500

$2,000

5

Less than 4,000

$1,600

1

Less than 3,000

$1,600

2

Less than 3,700

$1,600

3

Less than 4,500

$1,600

4

Less than 5,250

$1,600

5

Less than 6,000

$1,200

1

Less than 4,000

$1,200

2

Less than 5,000

$1,200

3

Less than 6,000

$1,200

4

Less than 7,000

$1,200

5

Less than 8,000

$800

1

Less than 5,000

$800

2

Less than 6,200

$800

3

Less than 7,250

$800

4

Less than 8,750

$800

5

Less than 10,000

$400

1

Less than 6,000

$400

$400

2

3

Less than 7,500

Less than 9,000

$400

4

Less than 10,500

$400

5

Less than 12,000
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