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“Aberdeen has a very, very high transport footprint and I think both the citizens and the council need to look at that and see what they can do to reduce it” Elizabeth Leighton WWF Transportable

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Landrover Larry can’t afford to keep taking his 4x4 into work. He lives in Torry and works at Foresterhill. He works Monday – Friday, 8am- 4pm. What sustainable travel options does he have?

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Transportable Motorbike Mickey needs to give up his motorbike over the cold winter months. He lives in Pitmedden and works at Old Aberdeen. His hours are Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm. What sustainable travel options does he have?

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Transportable Fuel price rises have made Sportscar Steve reconsider his commuting arrangements. He lives in Kingswells and works at Foresterhill. He works Monday – Friday, doing 6am-2pm and 10am-6pm on rotation. What sustainable travel options does he have?

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Transportable Car crazy Cath has been challenged by her workmates to travel sustainably during Green Transport Week. She lives in Danestone and works at Old Aberdeen. Her hours are Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm. What are her options?

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Quiz Transportable

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What is an average cycling speed? A- 6mphB- 12mph C- 24mphD- 36mph Questionable 1

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A car produces 120gCO 2 /km and has a daily commute of 20km (≈12miles). How much CO 2 is produced per person if 4 people share the car to commute? Questionable 2

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If two people travel to the University from opposite directions the first walking at 4mph travelling 2 miles and the second cycling at 12mph travelling 4 miles how many miles from work will the first person meet the second? 3

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How much more CO2 is produced by a car travelling at 80mph than a car travelling at 70mph? A- 10%B- 20% C- 30%D- 40% Questionable 4

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In 2002, the most recent year for which accurate figures are available, how many cars were in use around the world? A- 221 millionB- 368 million C- 484 millionD- 576 million Questionable 5

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The Honda Civic GX has been described as 'the cleanest internal combustion engine on earth.' What is it powered by? A- PlutoniumB- Natural Gas C- Ethanol D- Hydrogen Questionable 6

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Of these 2007 model cars which has the lowest CO 2 emissions? A- BMW 1 Series 2.0 Diesel B – Peugeot 206 1.6 Diesel C – Ford Focus 1.6 Petrol D- Honda Civic 1.4 Petrol Questionable 7

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How quickly would a direct journey from Aberdeen to London (540miles) take if we used the French TGV (double decked railed train)? A – 1 hour 14 minutes B – 1 hour 31 minutes C – 1 hour 53 minutes D – 2 hours 18 minutes Questionable 8

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What percentage of HGV mileage is generated by drivers getting lost? A – 5% B – 7% C – 12% D – 15% Questionable 9

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Match the following countries to their percentage of journeys made by bicycle. A - UK11% B - Germany2% C - Holland18% D - Denmark27% Questionable 10

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On average what percentage of our disposable income is spent on transport? A – 10% B – 15% C – 20% D – 25% Questionable 11

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How many passenger miles are flown from British airports in a year? A – 1287 Billion B – 287 Billion C – 28.7 Billion D – 2.8 Billion Questionable 12

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Where would you find a headset? A – Car B – Bus C – Walking Boots D – Bicycle Questionable 13

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How many bicycles could be produced with the energy and materials required to build one car? A – 30 B – 60 C – 100 D – 150 Questionable 14

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Under-inflated tyres are dangerous and result in more fuel being used. How much more? A – 0.5% B – 0.7% C – 1.0% D – 1.5% Questionable 15

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Which of the following won’t improve the fuel efficiency of your car? A – Cleaning the air filter B – Changing the oil C – Ensuring tyres are at the correct pressure D – Driving with windows open rather than having air conditioning on Questionable 16

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How many planets worth of resources would we need if everyone on earth used as many resources as the average resident of Aberdeen? A- 2.46B- 2.78 C- 2.92D- 3.18 Questionable 17

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Answers Transportable

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What is an average cycling speed? A- 6mphB- 12mph C- 24mphD- 36mph Questionable 1

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A car produces 120gCO 2 /km and has a daily commute of 20km (≈12miles). How much CO 2 is produced per person if 4 people share the car to commute? 600g Questionable 2

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If two people travel to the University from opposite directions the first walking at 4mph travelling 2 miles and the second cycling at 12mph travelling 4 miles how many miles from work will the first person meet the second? Trick question – they’ll meet at work since they’re travelling in opposite directions 3

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How much more CO2 is produced by a car travelling at 80mph than a car travelling at 70mph? A- 10%B- 20% C- 30%D- 40% Questionable 4

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In 2002, the most recent year for which accurate figures are available, how many cars were in use around the world? A- 221 millionB- 368 million C- 484 millionD- 576 million Questionable 5

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The Honda Civic GX has been described as 'the cleanest internal combustion engine on earth.' What is it powered by? A- PlutoniumB- Natural Gas C- Ethanol D- Hydrogen Questionable 6

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Of these 2007 model cars which has the lowest CO 2 emissions? A- BMW 1 Series 2.0 Diesel (119) B – Peugeot 206 1.6 Diesel (126) C – Ford Focus 1.6 Petrol (159) D- Honda Civic 1.4 Petrol (139) Questionable 7

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How quickly would a direct journey from Aberdeen to London (540miles) take if we used the French TGV (double decked railed train)? A – 1 hour 14 minutes B – 1 hour 31 minutes C – 1 hour 53 minutes D – 2 hours 18 minutes Questionable 8

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What percentage of HGV mileage is generated by drivers getting lost? A – 5% B – 7% C – 12% D – 15% Questionable 9

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Match the following countries to their percentage of journeys made by bicycle. UK11% Germany2% Holland18% Denmark27% Questionable 10

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On average what percentage of our disposable income is spent on transport? A – 10% B – 15% C – 20% D – 25% Questionable 11

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How many passenger miles are flown from British airports in a year? A – 1287 Billion B – 287 Billion C – 28.7 Billion D – 2.8 Billion Questionable 12

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Where would you find a headset? A – Car B – Bus C – Walking Boots D – Bicycle Questionable 13

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How many bicycles could be produced with the energy and materials required to build one car? A – 30 B – 60 C – 100 D – 150 Questionable 14

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Under-inflated tyres are dangerous and result in more fuel being used. How much more? A – 0.5% B – 0.7% C – 1.0% D – 1.5% Questionable 15

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Which of the following won’t improve the fuel efficiency of your car? A – Cleaning the air filter B – Changing the oil C – Ensuring tyres are at the correct pressure D – Driving with windows open rather than having air conditioning on Questionable 16

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How many planets worth of resources would we need if everyone on earth used as many resources as the average resident of Aberdeen? A- 2.46B- 2.78 C- 2.92D- 3.18 Questionable 17

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Tie-breaker Transportable

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How many kilograms of CO 2 is produced by an average car doing average mileage in one year? Questionable

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How many kilograms of CO 2 is produced by an average car doing average mileage in one year? 2240Kg Questionable

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