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Pennsylvania Table 1: Geographic and Infrastructure Characteristics  (NA is not available)
ID Location Agency History Scale Type Separation
Urban Area Road Segment Year Opened Current Status # of Lanes (GP/ HOV) Length
(Lane-Miles/
Route-Miles)
232 Pittsburgh Wabash Tunnel Woodruff St. to West Carson St. Port Authority of Allegheny County 2004 Open NA / 1 1.0 / 1.0 Reversible, Converted railway tunnel Signal / gate controlled access to tunnel
233 Pittsburgh I-579 I-279 to Mellon Arena Penn DOT 1988 Open NA / 2 6.0 / 3.0 Concurrent (median) Barrier
234 Pittsburgh I-279 PNC Park to Perrysville Park-n-Ride Penn DOT 1988 Open NA / 2 12.0 / 6.0 Concurrent (median) Barrier

 

Pennsylvania Table 2: Policy and Utilization Characteristics (NA is not available)
ID Location Eligibility Days/Hours of Operation Inter-mediate Access Allowed Utilization Peak Hour Violation Estimate Peak Hour Travel Time Savings (minutes)
Urban Area Road Segment HOV Eligibility Special Fuel Eligibility AM Peak Hour Utilization (persons, vehicles, % of total vehicles) PM Peak Hour Utilization (persons, vehicles, % of total vehicles)
232 Pittsburgh Wabash Tunnel Woodruff St. to West Carson St. 2+ No M-F: 6 to 10 AM, 3 to 7 PM No NA NA NA NA
233 Pittsburgh I-579 I-279 to Mellon Arena 2+ No M-F: 6 to 9 AM, 4 to 7 PM No NA NA NA NA
234 Pittsburgh I-279 PNC Park to Perrysville Park-n-Ride 2+ No M-F: 6 to 9 AM, 4 to 7 PM No NA NA NA NA

 

Note – IDs 233 & 234 (I-579, I-279): Since opening, the Advanced Traveler Management System (ATMS) Software and Interlock System was implemented for these facilities.

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