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A guide for hot lane development Perez, Benjamin G ; Sciara, Gian-Claudia

By: Perez, Benjamin GContributor(s): Sciara, Gian-ClaudiaPublication details: Washington DC U.S. Department of Transportation., Federal Highway Administration., Parsons Brinckerhoff., Texas Transportation Institute, [2003?]Description: 106 sSubject(s): USA | Toll road | High | Vehicle occupancy | Lane | Road pricing | 22Bibl.nr: VTI 2003.0803Location: Abstract: This guide is intended to be a comprehensive source of collective experience gained from the nation's current and implemented high occupancy toll (HOT) lane projects. The guide presents a wide range of information on HOT lanes and is intended to assist transportation professionals contemplating specific projects, as well as others who wish to become more informed on the topic. While most transportation officials are familiar with the HOT lane concept, relatively few have had first hand experience with actual HOT facilities. Therefore, the need to learn from current experience is particularly important. The guide addresses a wide range of policy and technical issues associated with HOT lanes, focusing on how these activities are likely to differ from those associated with more traditional highway improvements. In addition to these technical discussions, the guide includes case studies of the four existing HOT lane facilities, as well as two recent HOT lane studies that are indicative of current trends. industry professionals. Its intent is to educate and foster informed decision making.
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This guide is intended to be a comprehensive source of collective experience gained from the nation's current and implemented high occupancy toll (HOT) lane projects. The guide presents a wide range of information on HOT lanes and is intended to assist transportation professionals contemplating specific projects, as well as others who wish to become more informed on the topic. While most transportation officials are familiar with the HOT lane concept, relatively few have had first hand experience with actual HOT facilities. Therefore, the need to learn from current experience is particularly important. The guide addresses a wide range of policy and technical issues associated with HOT lanes, focusing on how these activities are likely to differ from those associated with more traditional highway improvements. In addition to these technical discussions, the guide includes case studies of the four existing HOT lane facilities, as well as two recent HOT lane studies that are indicative of current trends. industry professionals. Its intent is to educate and foster informed decision making.

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