Camilla Kazimi

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The adoption of congestion pricing depends fundamentally upon drivers’ willingness to pay to reduce travel time during the congested morning peak period. Using revealed preference data from a congestion pricing demonstration project in San Diego, we estimate that willingness to pay to reduce congested travel time is higher than previous stated preference(More)
From 1997 to 1999, with support from the Federal Highway Administration, San Diego conducted an experimental program in which solo drivers were permitted to pay for the privilege of using the I-15 carpool lanes without carrying an additional passenger. This program continues today as the I-15 FasTrak program. Researchers at SDSU conducted a three-year(More)
BACKGROUND The purpose of this study was to evaluate the duration for organ procurement including both heart and visceral organs and outcomes of the simultaneous transportation of the teams back to the recipient hospitals. PATIENTS AND METHODS Between March 2005 and March 2007, 37/82 organ procurement was performed in the district hospitals and(More)
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