This project had three separate conditions. Two Kiss and Ride sites and two schools served as controls and received none of the above materials. In a second condition, two Kiss and Ride sites and two schools received only the signs. Finally, in the third condition, the personal conversations, which involved providing an information card and the sticker described above were used in conjunction with signs. Note that the signs alone (which is what most municipalities are likely to use) were completely ineffective. Motorists in the sign only condition were no more likely to turn off their engines than were the controls. However, the combination of signs, stickers and information cards (third condition) dramatically affected idling. In this condition, there was a 32% reduction in idling and over a 70% reduction in the duration of idling. These results are based on over 8000 observations of vehicles in the various parking lots. With the support of Natural Resources Canada, this pilot project is now being implemented across two Canadian cities: Mississauga and Sudbury. Results of this project will be posted as soon as they become available. The executive summary from the pilot project is downloadable in pdf format by clicking on the Report/Materials link above. The materials that were used in this project are freely available for use by other organizations. For information on how to obtain these materials please contact Doug McKenzie-Mohr at the email address above. This pilot project was funded by the Canadian Climate Change Action Fund, Environment Canada, the Toronto Atmospheric Fund and was made possible by the support of a number of governmental and non-governmental agencies, including the Toronto Public and Private Schools Boards, the Toronto Transit Commission the several departments of the City of Toronto. For more information visit the Government of Canada's Idle Free Zone web site (the link is provided above). At this site you can learn how to deliver effective anti-idling programs and download all the materials that you need for such a program.