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12th International HOV Systems Conference: Improving Mobility and Accessibility with Managed Lanes, Pricing, and BRT

Conference Proceedings


William Finger, City of Charlotte, Presiding

Managed Lanes in San Diego — Trade-Offs in Designing a Multi-Modal Facility

Heather Werdick, San Diego Association of Governments

Heather Werdick described the I-15 corridor BRT and managed lanes project in San Diego. She summarized the major components of the project and discussed the design of the BRT stations. She noted that Dave Schumacher, San Diego Association of Governments, who was scheduled to give the presentation, was unable to attend the conference.

Traffic Control Devices for Managed Lanes

Sue Chrysler, Texas Transportation Institute

Sue Chrysler discussed traffic control devices for managed lanes. She described the findings from research projects sponsored by TxDOT and FHWA. She noted the assistance of Jerry Ullman, Steve Schrock, and Beverly Kuhn from TTI with these projects.

Design and Operations Associated with Single Lane Directional Managed Lanes

Casey Toycen, Texas Transportation Institute

Casey Toycen described recent research conducted by TTI for TxDOT examining single lane directional managed lanes. She summarized recent factors in Texas influencing interest in the topic, highlighted case study examples, and discussed potential design and operational issues.

Managed Lane Ramp Design Issues

Marcus Brewer, Texas Transportation Institute

Marcus Brewer discussed ramp design issues associated with managed lanes. He noted that the presentation is based on information from research projects sponsored by TxDOT and FHWA. He also recognized the involvement of Kay Fitzpatrick and Steven Venglar in both the projects and developing the conference presentation.

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