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Publication Type : Journal Article
Publisher : Scopus
Source : International Journal of Environmental Policy and Decision Making 3 (2), 139-153 (Scopus).
Campus : Coimbatore
School : School of Business
Year : 2022
Abstract : The present study focuses on improving road smart mobility to reduce air pollution, and consequently, less damage to the environment. A conceptual research framework has been developed to study the travel behaviour performance (TBP) of road commuters. About 380 respondents have been included in the present study to examine the relationship between the predictors of TBP using structural equation modelling techniques. The significant findings reveal that environment consciousness and no deviation in driving influence positively influence TBP, while the factor habit, negatively influences TBP. Avoiding ancestors' practices of having individual vehicles for privacy and not be influenced by the behaviour practices of others while driving will solve most of the recurring problems. The ultimate consequences of the pandemic have improved air pollution and environmental safety, but it is inevitable for carbon emission to increase again for commercial growth which envisages the importance of the present study.
Cite this Research Publication : NX Leow, Jayaraman Krishnaswamy (2022). Environmental safety and smart mobility on road-an empirical study in Malaysia. International Journal of Environmental Policy and Decision Making 3 (2), 139-153 (Scopus).