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Title: High-occupancy-vehicle systems and freeway operations. Transportation research record

Abstract

;Contents: Evaluation of High-Occupancy-Vehicle Lanes in Phoenix, Arizona; Use of INTEGRATION Model To Study High-Occupancy-Vehicle Facilities; High-Occupancy-Vehicle Treatments on Toll Facilities; HOV Lanes and Ramp Metering: Can They Work Together for Air Quality; Marketing a High-Occupancy-Vehicle Lane in a Suburban Setting: Long Island Expressway Experience; Coordinating Ramp Meter Operation with Upstream Intersection Traffic Signal; Case Studies of U.S. Freeway-to-Freeway Ramp and Mainline Metering and Suggested Policies for Washington State; Integrated Real-Time Ramp Metering Model for Nonrecurrent Congestion: Framework and Preliminary Results; Comparative Evaluation of Adaptive and Neural-Network Exit Demand Prediction for Freeway Control; Survey of Efforts To Evaluate Freeway Service Patrols; and Emergency Parking Areas Along Restriped Urban Freeways.

Publication Date:
Research Org.:
National Research Council, Washington, DC (United States). Transportation Research Board
OSTI Identifier:
39563
Report Number(s):
PB-95-183489/XAB; TRB/TRR-1446
TRN: 51042024
Resource Type:
Technical Report
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: Oct 1994
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; CARPOOLING; EVALUATION; TRAFFIC CONTROL

Citation Formats

. High-occupancy-vehicle systems and freeway operations. Transportation research record. United States: N. p., 1994. Web.
. High-occupancy-vehicle systems and freeway operations. Transportation research record. United States.
. Sat . "High-occupancy-vehicle systems and freeway operations. Transportation research record". United States.
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abstractNote = {;Contents: Evaluation of High-Occupancy-Vehicle Lanes in Phoenix, Arizona; Use of INTEGRATION Model To Study High-Occupancy-Vehicle Facilities; High-Occupancy-Vehicle Treatments on Toll Facilities; HOV Lanes and Ramp Metering: Can They Work Together for Air Quality; Marketing a High-Occupancy-Vehicle Lane in a Suburban Setting: Long Island Expressway Experience; Coordinating Ramp Meter Operation with Upstream Intersection Traffic Signal; Case Studies of U.S. Freeway-to-Freeway Ramp and Mainline Metering and Suggested Policies for Washington State; Integrated Real-Time Ramp Metering Model for Nonrecurrent Congestion: Framework and Preliminary Results; Comparative Evaluation of Adaptive and Neural-Network Exit Demand Prediction for Freeway Control; Survey of Efforts To Evaluate Freeway Service Patrols; and Emergency Parking Areas Along Restriped Urban Freeways.},
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