Are HOV lanes alone effective?

Williams, Carl B.
September 1996
ENR: Engineering News-Record;9/23/96, Vol. 237 Issue 13, p111
Trade Publication
Discusses the implementation of the high-occupancy toll (HOT) road in Orange County, Southern California. Mechanics of the system; Providing considerable relief to the non-tolled lanes; Expectation of degradation of the improved service levels due to latent demand; Emergence of questions about the relative effectiveness of HOT lanes versus high-occupancy vehicle lanes.


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