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"HOT lanes are a clever gimmick to get something built without paying for it" -- Not technically true: HOT lanes are not necessarily just built to produce revenue to offset construction. Public-private partnerships are. HOT lanes don't require privatization, or the additional lanes, that were both a part of the 395 project. Washington State shows this with its SR167 project, where the state retains the revenue and sets prices for optimum mobility, not optimum total revenue.

by bilbao on Feb 15, 2011 1:53 pm • linkreport

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