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Rush-hour lanes

Rush-hour lanes are widely used in The Netherlands. The extra lane on the hard-shoulder or on the left side of the runway is opened during a certain period of time, e.g. peak periods. The effects of rush-hour lanes are very positive. But still there a number of issues that need to be researched, such as safety issues during opening and closing the lane and the link between the design and the behaviour of the road users.



Start date:
January 1, 2011

Research topic:
Traffic management

Related projects:
Effectiveness of rush-hour lanes and plus-lanes