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Commuter Mileage

 

In an effort to encourage bicycle use for sustainable transportation as well as recreation, AABTS recognizes here the “commuter miles” ridden by its members. Commuter miles are miles ridden for transportation purposes (not recreation). Note that rides ridden to and from club rides (“bookend miles”) count towards club mileage, not commuter mileage.
Please show your support for reducing petroleum use and CO2 emissions by adding your name to this list. Email your new or updated total commuter mileage from January 1, 2018 to date to Craig Stephan at aabtscommuter[at]zoho.com for posting here. This site is updated once a quarter.
 
  This Year Since inception (1/1/09)

Total commuter miles:

 3,983

 115,184

Total gallons gasoline saved:*

 169

 5,187

Total tons CO2 saved:

 2.1

 65

Social benefit of CO2 saved:

 $2,800

 

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Riding  miles . . . saved  gallons of gasoline and  pounds of CO2.

View 2017 Commuter Mileage

 

2018 Commuter Mileage

         Since inception (1/1/09)
rider name miles gals gas lbs CO2 miles gals gas tons CO2
Charlie Aagenas       200 9 0.1
Rita Aagenas       1,035 47 0.6
Paul Alman       768 36 0.5
John Atwater       82 4 0.0
Gerry Borgula       212 10 0.1
Don Broadway       241 12 0.1
Bill Bruce       905 40 0.5
John Brundage       616 29 0.4
Drew Burton       307 15 0.2
Joe Christy       2,149 100 1.3
Nada Dandan       75 3 0.0
Gil Daws       80 4 0.0
Jon Dowling       6,964 298 3.7
Tom Egel       395 18 0.2
Jeff Eisemann 503 21 535 13,867 619 7.8
John Ford       5,934 269 3.4
Laura Ford       11 1 0.0
Philip Furspan 559 24 594 7,146 318 4.0
Hugh Garton       744 32 0.4
Alicia Green       85 4 0.0
Mary Hensel       2,607 117 1.5
Tom Jackson       175 7 0.1
Douglas Kelbaugh 200 8 213 1,200 52 0.7
Terri Keppler 41 2 44 682 31 0.4
Frank Lamitola       40 2 0.0
Jim Lee       7,977 361 4.5
Amy McKinley       374 18 0.2
Jeff McNally       240 11 0.1
Cindie Nieman       133 6 0.1
Anne Ormand       1,165 54 0.7
Richard Palacios 1,108 47 1,178 7,016 304 3.8
David Relson       1,226 57 0.7
Jonathan Rodgers       8,090 373 4.7
Keli Schneberger       109 5 0.1
Meridith Sheeran       125 5 0.1
Bill Smith       593 26 0.3
Vickie Smith       39 2 0.0
Craig Stephan 1,572 67 1,671 21,041 940 11.8
Julie Stephens       9,607 435 5.5
Elizabeth Tidd       4,768 223 2.8
Joe Toland       2,791 131 1.6
Ruth Wade       25 1 0.0
Ken Westerman       85 4 0.1
Mary Wise       24 1 0.0
Klaus Wolter       3,246 156 2.0
Total 3,983 169 4,235 115,194 5,187 65.1
 
Mileage records updated to October 3, 2018
 

 

*City driving fuel economy for each year beginning in 2009 has been calculated based on EPA sales-weighted overall mpg averages for the past 19 model years of cars and light trucks [1], weighted by annual miles driven [2] and number of vehicles in operation [3] for each cohort.  City mpg was estimated using the EPA estimate of 55% highway / 45% city driving and a typical value of 1.4 for the ratio of highway to city mpg.  The "well-to-wheels" CO2 emission rate for gasoline is estimated to be 25.1 lb/gal [4].  For 2016 (the latest year available) the city driving fuel economy value is 23.6 mpg.  The social benefit of avoided CO2 emissions was calculated at ~$45/ton based on EPA estimates [5].

 
1. ORNL Transportation Energy Data Book Ed. 35 (2016) Table 4.21 
2. Ibid. (Table 8.11) 
3. Ibid. (Table 3.8)  
4. See http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/es5010347 
5. "Technical Support Document: ­ Technical Update of the Social Cost of Carbon for Regulatory Impact Analysis - Under Executive Order 12866", Interagency Working Group on Social Cost of Greenhouse Gases (August 2016)
www.epa.gov/climatechange/social-cost-carbon-technical-documentation (retrieved 17.04.16, no longer available as of 17.09.23). See also R. Revesz, et al, "Best cost estimate of greenhouse gases", Science 357, 655 (18 Aug 2017).