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HOV Project Case Studies, History and Institutional Arrangements
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HOV Project Case Studies, History and Institutional Arrangements
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    The Texas Transportation Institute (TTI), a part of The Texas A&M University System, is conducting an assessment of high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) projects located either on freeways or in separate rights-of-way in North America. The three-year research study is being funded by the Urban Mass Transportation Administration through the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). The research study includes an overall assessment of the status of HOV projects on freeways and in separate rights-of-way in North America, an examination of procedures for conducting before-and-after evaluations of HOV facilities, and detailed examinations of specific case study HOV projects. One of the major elements of this assessment is the detailed examination of selected HOV facilities in six case study sites. High-occupany vehicle facilities in Houston, Texas; Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota; Orange County, California; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Seattle, Washington; and Washington, D.C./ northern Virginia represent the selected case study sites. An intent of the case study analysis is to provide an examination of the history, institutional arrangements, operating characteristics, utilization rates, and impact of selected HOV projects in different parts of the country. This report contains the analysis of the history and institutional arrangements associated with HOV projects in the six case study sites. The report provides a summary of the elements common to the different projects, and a detailed description of the background and institutional arrangements of each case study.
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