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I would be ok with letting cars into bus lanes if you wanted to turn them into congestion-managed toll lanes (not HOT lanes), with the toll revenue funding transit. So you can pay a toll to drive in the lane, the toll goes up DRASTICALLY as you fill up the lane, and all the toll revenue funds the transit and the busway. Oh, and there's only one lane so drivers have to wait behind the bus while it stops!

This does unfortunately open the lanes up to further cutting down (oh well the toll is too high, oh we should let carpools in, oh we should let hybrids in).

by MLD on Jul 12, 2012 10:46 am • linkreport

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