The continued growth in travel along congested urban freeway corridors is exceeding the ability of transportation agencies to provide sufficient roadway capacity in major metropolitan areas with limited public funding for roadway expansion and improvement projects. This book examines the congestion management programs, policies and experiences of other countries that are in the planning stages, have been implemented, or are operating on freeway facilities. The research in this book sought information on how agencies approach highway congestion, actively manage and operate freeway facilities, and plan for and design managed lanes at the system, corridor, and project or facility levels.
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