Who Chooses to Carpool and Why?

@article{Li2007WhoCT,
  title={Who Chooses to Carpool and Why?},
  author={Jianling Li and P. Embry and S. Mattingly and Kaveh Farokhi Sadabadi and Isaradatta Rasmidatta and M. Burris},
  journal={Transportation Research Record},
  year={2007},
  volume={2021},
  pages={110 - 117}
}
The debate over high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) and high-occupancy toll lane efficiency has raised questions about whether HOVs should be given preferential treatment on managed lanes and the potential impacts of different preferential treatments. This research questions why people choose their mode of travel by examining characteristics of carpoolers and single-occupancy vehicles, reasons for their travel mode choice, and carpool formation, on the basis of a survey of travelers in Dallas-Fort… Expand
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