Highway Planning and Operations for the Dallas District: Implementation and Evaluation of Concurrent Flow HOV Lanes in Texas
Texas Transportation Institute, Texas A&M University System, 1997 - High occupancy vehicle lanes - 33 pages
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5E North AASHTO Access/egress adjacent freeway adjacent general-purpose lane aﬁer AREA HOV LANES average automobile occupancy beneﬁts Califomia concurrent ﬂow buffer-separated concurrent ﬂow HOV concurrent ﬂow lanes congestion congestion pricing cost effective DALLAS AREA HOV Dallas District Dallas North Tollway Department of Transportation eastbound enforcement Evaluation ﬂow HOV lanes Freeway HOV Lane freeway lane High-Occupancy Vehicle High-Occupancy Vehicle Lanes Hour Person Volume Houston HOV facilities HOV Lane Beneﬁt/Cost HOV lane opened HOV lane projects HOV lane violation I-30 HOV lane I-35E North I-35E South impact implemented inside shoulder interim HOV lane lane on I-30 LANES IN TEXAS monitored motorists NCTCOG Number of Carpools operating speeds Peak Hour Person percent increase permanent HOV lanes person movement purpose lanes quarterly data collection R.L. Thomton Research ridership separated roadways signiﬁcant Texas A&M University Texas Department Texas Transportation Institute three HOV lane trafﬁc travel time savings violation rates w/HOV Lane Figure westbound Yes Yes