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Ride-sharing can reduce the greenhouse gas emission in noncommercial passenger highway vehicles by grouping individuals into fewer vehicles and reducing the number of miles that vehicles must travel. In this paper, we first present an integer programming model to maximize the system greenhouse gas emission savings for the dynamic ridesharing system. Then adopt the existed optimization methods and simulation environment to estimate the potential greenhouse gas emission savings that could resultdoi:10.21311/002.31.5.16 fatcat:mcuaxab63nb6vn2zvzme4sgryy