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VKTVorkuta (Russia)
VKTVehicle Kilometers Traveled
VKTVigorLegio Kombat Team (Turin, Italy)
VKTVerlag Kommunistische Texte (German: Communist Text Publisher)
VKTValtions Kivaaritedhas
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Sen pointed out that automation on its own is likely to massively reduce the cost of travel, but there is likely to be a 'rebound effect' in other words, if automated travel becomes so cheap that there is no longer any incentive to ride-share, this could lead to an increase in VKT and consequently in energy use and emissions.
Made in 1941 in the VKT factory, it has a very good bore, while the exterior metal parts are frosted with ancient rust.
Figure 2 summarizes the [sup.206]Pb/[sup.238]U age populations of the detrital zircon grains from samples VKT, VLN and VLK.
Baseline (1991) burden of disease metrics were adjusted for population, VKT (Ministry of Transport 2011), and vehicle fleet emissions changes over time.
We also would like to thank Bahrain Motor Federation, Bahrain Karting Club and VKT for their enormous support and co-operation and, last but not least, our fans and supporters.
On the m/39, you will find barrels made by Sako, Tikka, VKT and possibly even some barrels imported from Belgium.
They included most famously the break-away Independent Miners Union [NPG], but also other "alternative" trade unions affiliated with Sotsprof [Association of Social(ist) Trade Unions] and the VKT [General Confederation of Workers].
He points to a saving in vehicle kilometres travelled (VKT) resulting from the opening of the Subi-Centro urban village.
and VKT, one of Russia's first private TV companies to be supported by both government agencies and individual capital contributions.
From the comparison, hourly reduction factors were derived for the testing sections in that area during the snow storm in order to estimate vehicle kilometers of travel (VKT).
For each participant's residence, we calculated traffic density by summing the vehicle kilometers of travel (VKT) within a 300-m radius buffer by multiplying the AADT by the length of the road segment for each road segment with AADT values within the buffer, then dividing by the buffered area (0.28 [km.sup.2]) to obtain VKT per day per square kilometer (Gunier et al.