Carpool Incentives and Opportunities: Report of the Secretary of Transportation to the United States Congress, Pursuant to Section 3(e), Public Law 93-239, Emergency Highway Energy Conservation Act
U.S. Department of Transportation, 1975 - Car pools - 105 pages
The main recommendations of this study stress (1) increased action by private and public employers to provide carpool matching services, to create employee incentives for participation, and take other actions such as permitting flexible work hours; and (2) increased action by State and local highway agencies to provide preferential highway treatment for carpools and buses.
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