Traffic-related air pollution is a serious environmental concern in mega-cities worldwide. This study investigates the causal link between fuel prices and traffic-related air pollution using Bangkok and the surrounding areas as a case study. Bangkok is one of the most traffic-congested cities in the world. Daily and monthly data for 1996–2017 are used to model three traffic-related air pollutants: CO, NO2, and PM10. Pollution data are collected from 25 monitoring stations.
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