Summary Report – US 101 High-Occupancy Toll (HOT) Lanes Feasibility Study

Based on the financial evaluation in VCTC’s Comprehensive Transportation Plan, with current revenues it is likely to take 30 years to complete proposed freeway improvements.  VCTC considered the possibility of implementing high-occupancy toll lanes to provide an additional mobility option for auto drivers, to maximize the utility of any additional freeway capacity, and to provide an additional funding source that could expedite freeway improvements.  More specifically, VCTC hired the firm of CDM Smith to carry out a financial feasibility analysis of HOT lanes on US-101. The analysis scope consisted of two phases, with the first phase being a sketch-level analysis using existing data, and the second phase being a more detailed analysis.  Based on the results of the first phase, summarized here, VCTC elected to not proceed with the study’s second phase.

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VCTC US 101 HOTLanes Summary Report2.54 MB