JOURNAL OF THE OPERATIONS RESEARCH SOCIETY OF AMERICA VOLUME 2 May , 1954 NUMBER 2 TRAFFIC DELAYS AT TOLL BOOTHS

@inproceedings{EDIE2008JOURNALOT,
  title={JOURNAL OF THE OPERATIONS RESEARCH SOCIETY OF AMERICA VOLUME 2 May , 1954 NUMBER 2 TRAFFIC DELAYS AT TOLL BOOTHS},
  author={LESLIE C. EDIE},
  year={2008}
}
  • LESLIE C. EDIE
  • Published 2008
The collection of vehicular tolls at Port Authority tunnels and bridges is one of the most important operations conducted by the police personnel. More than 250 traffic officers are utilized, and the payroll costs exceed a million dollars annually. In staffing its toll plazas the Port Authority attempts to handle traffic with a minimum number of toll collectors consistent with uniformly good service to the public and properly spaced relief periods for the toll collectors. This requires finding… CONTINUE READING

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