If toll is implied on the major commuter lanes by the policymakers and starts peak hour road pricing then it won’t be feasible in political terms. Traveler choices can be increased by increasing the HOT lanes by changing the underused high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes to HOT lanes, or by addition of new toll lanes to existing expressway and leaving present conventional lanes without tolls. It is true that congestion does not solve by HOT lanes. However, it is useful for those people who want to reach somewhere fast (Stock, 2011). The whole network of HOT lanes in some regions could both make high-speed choices and add to overall capacity always available to people in a hurry. Traffic Management Centers, which are under the control government, the roving services with them, are encompassed of electronic and television surveillance of the condition of the road. With the help of the same, accidents and major incidents could be removed instantly and can help in reduction of congestion without any delay.If more roads are built than opponents say that, more travelers would be attracted by more highways.
The criticism for the established road to be overly crowded is true due to the triple convergence. However, it is true to say that the government would need more roads and lanes in the peripheral regions due to the large projected growth of the US population.The drivers could be informed about the condition of the traffic ahead with the help of large variable signs and also with the help of GPS equipment in trucks and cars, electronic coordination of signal lights on local streets, one-way street pattern, and radio broadcast of current road conditions are the features included in these devices. Making use of these technologies might be useful and informative on expressway and local streets.To coordinate ground transportation Congress has created planning over all modes in each region Metropolitan Planning Organization. The more rational system could be created if these were given more power and technical assistance. There is a very lower probability that the congestion tactics would work effectively if focus is on regional planning rather than on transportation and land usage.