Manage Lanes: What's Next and How to Get There

APA California Chapter, Northern Section


Thursday, August 31, 2017
noon - 1 p.m. PDT

San Francisco, CA, United States

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With freeway congestion at record highs in the Bay Area, what can transportation agencies do now? Through the Bay Area’s Managed Lanes Implementation Plan (MLIP), regional agencies are looking at how to more effectively manage the growing Bay Area high occupancy vehicle (HOV) and express lane network as a cohesive system and to increase passenger throughput by supporting carpools and express buses. The plan’s extensive data collection and analysis effort on person throughput, clean air vehicles, and HOV violations in managed lanes has bolstered the technical reasoning behind why and how HOV operational policies can change to respond to today’s traffic conditions and travel demands.


Michelle Go

Michelle Go is planning and implementing managed lane, transit, and park and ride projects and policies to move more people in fewer vehicles in the Bay Area. She previously worked as a consultant on transit, high-speed rail, and managed lanes projects throughout California. She has a BA in Economics from ... Read More

Toshi Shepard-Ohta

Toshi is the project manager for the Managed Lanes Implementation Plan. He joined MTC in 2015 after five years managing investment grade demand forecasting studies of express lanes, toll roads, and high speed rail. In those roles he developed operational analytics from the growing sources of available data and advised ... Read More

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