by David Levinson
September 12, 2013
From The Week
Filed under Politics
Dave, as a boss of mine put it, “people make rational decisions.”
That definitely includes choices of where to reside and how to get to employment. And if they are offered an alternative that saves them time, they will use it. Case in point is the I-95/I-395 corridor in Northern Virginia. Persons that can use the HOV lanes can save as much as 30 to 60 minutes in each direction by pooling or taking transit or “slugging” (informal car-pooling).
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Networks, Economics, and Urban Systems Research Group at the University of Minnesota (Nexus)
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