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D1.1.1 Report from analysis of traffic activity in selected cities
D1.1.2 Methodology for the quantification of road transport PM-emissions, using emission factors or profiles
D1.1.3 Methodology for the quantification of non-exhaust road transport PM-emissions
D1.2.1 Report from the analysis of databases on shipping emission factors
D1.2.2 Report on the description of near-field plume PM processes 
D1.2.3 Final emission factors for shipping
D1.2.4 Emission factors for aircraft taxing and LTO cycle
D1.2.5 Emission factors for on-rail diesel engines
D1.2.6 Emission factors for wear particles from railways 
D1.3.1 Representation of data collection in case cities and applied approach for the city transport meta-model
D1.3.2 European emission baseline 2005 (methodology & preliminary dataset)
D1.3.3 Non-anthropogenic PM emissions evaluation 
D1.3.4 Global emission baseline for 2005 (report on methodology) and choice of projection data 2020/30
D1.3.5 European emission baseline (final dataset) including specific transport emission grids and projection to 2020/30
D2.1.1 Chemical analysis and spatial variation of PM from the ESCAPE filter samples
D2.1.2 Physical and chemical particle measurement campaigns in Rotterdam
D2.1.3 Measurements to quantify PM exposure in traffic micro-environments
D2.1.4 Physical and chemical PM characterization from the measurement campaigns on shipping emissions
D2.1.5 Database with PM data on the TRANSPHORM website
D2.2.1 Source apportionment using receptor modelling: inter-comparison across cities and between methodologies.
D2.2.2 / D2.2.3 Source apportionment studies using dispersion models, comparison with receptor modelling  and Assessment of transport related emissions through dispersion, receptor and inverse modelling
D2.2.4 Spatially distributed source contributions for health studies
D2.3.1  Urban scale model development: transport emission implementation
D2.3.2 Urban scale model development: size segregated particle number modelling
D2.3.3 Report on the urban scale model development: overview and validation
D2.3.4 Description and development of simplified models for policy assessment
D2.4.1 Regional scale model development: enhanced resolution and sub-grid downscaling of transport emissions.
D2.4.2 Long range transport: contribution of shipping to European air quality
D2.4.3 Application of meteorology with climate change for future transport scenarios
D2.4.4 Source contributions of transport emissions for European air quality and exposure
D2.5.1 Size segregated particle infiltration: a modelling framework for micro-environment seasonal ventilation and infiltration patterns
D2.5.2 Development and validation of the size-segregated micro-environmental model
D2.5.3 Evaluation of combined dispersion and exposure modelling systems
D2.5.4 Exposure calculations for ESCAPE cohorts and target cities
D3.1.1 Literature review
D3.1.2 Paper on the relationship between transport related ambient PM air pollution and pregnancy outcomes 
D3.1.3A Paper on the relationship between transport related ambient PM air pollution and childhood disease and development
D3.1.3B Paper on the relationship between transport related ambient PM air pollution and childhood disease and development
D3.2.1  Literature review
D3.2.2 / D3.2.3 Paper on the relationship between transport related ambient PM air pollution and bronchitis symptoms and COPD and Paper on the relationship between transport related ambient PM air pollution and incidence of asthma
D3.3.1 Literature review
D3.3.2 Paper on the relationship between transport related ambient PM air pollution and blood pressure and prevalence of hypertension
D3.3.3 Paper on the relationship between transport related ambient PM air pollution and incident coronary events
D3.4.1 Literature review
D3.4.2 Paper on relationship between transport related ambient PM and lung cancer incidence
D3.4.3 Paper on relationships between transport related ambient PM and cardiorespiratory mortality
D3.5.1 Updated HIA methodology
D3.5.2 HIA of transport related ambient PM air pollution in selected areas
D4.1.1 Description and specifications of the integrated assessment tool methodology and tool
D4.2.1 Description and development of the uncertainty methodology
D4.2.2 Implementation of uncertainty methodology into software tools – development of uncertainty assessment toolbox
D4.2.3 Internalisation/training workshops on uncertainty handling across the health impact assessment chain
D4.2.4 / D4.3.1 / D4.4.2 Guidance on application of the IA modelling options, Software system and documentation, and Report on the use of IA tool to conduct health impacts evaluation of transport policies and measures
D5.1.1 List of mitigation measures and policies
D5.1.2 Report on policy feedback on list of measures
D5.1.3 Report on typology of mitigation measures and policies
D5.2.1 Systematic analysis of policies and measures
D5.2.2 Framework and results for upscaling features of measures to the European scale
D5.3.1 Ranking and assessment of options
D5.3.2 / D4.4.1 Integrated assessment of strategies and recommendations to policy makers and Health impacts evaluation of baseline scenario embedded in software – Core Part
D6.2.1 Website for TRANSPHORM
D6.2.4 / D6.3.3 Conference special session proceedings and Proceedings of General Assembly (GA) meetings, Part 1
D6.2.4 / D6.2.5 / D6.3.3 Conference special session and Final conference proceedings, and Proceedings of General Assembly (GA) meetings, Part 2
D6.2.6 Training plan for young researchers and exchange visit schedule
D6.2.7 Notes on workshop to present the capabilities of the integrated health impact assessment tool and training for key staff
D6.2.8
Newsletters for project, Part 1

D6.2.8 Newsletters for project, Part 2
D6.2.8
Newsletters for project, Part 3

D6.2.9 News release
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