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STAGGERED WORK HOURS FOR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY

@article{Giuliano1990STAGGEREDWH,
  title={STAGGERED WORK HOURS FOR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY},
  author={Genevieve Giuliano and Thomas F. Golob},
  journal={Transportation Research Record},
  year={1990}
}
The Staggered Work Hours Demonstration Project was conducted in downtown Honolulu during a 4-week period in 1988. During the project, official office hours for state, city, and county employees were shifted 45 min later in an attempt to alleviate the early peak-period congestion into downtown Honolulu. Approximately 3,500 of the 7,100 employees working in the Civic Center area participated in the project. This evaluation focuses on the project's effects on traffic flow, employee commuting… 

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