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Turnbull, K., et. al.
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Funded under the United States Department of Transportation (U.S. DOT) Urban Partnership Program, the Minnesota UPA projects focus on reducing congestion by employing strategies consisting of combinations of tolling, transit, telecommuting/TDM, and technology, also known as the 4 Ts. The Minnesota UPA projects along the I-35W corridor in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area include high-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes, a priced dynamic shoulder lane (PDSL), active traffic management (ATM) strategies, new and expanded park-and-ride lots, new buses, a drive assist system (DAS) for shoulder-running buses, dual bus lanes in downtown Minneapolis, real-time traffic and transit information, and telework programs.

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Liz Greer
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U.S. Department of Transportation
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1369
Title
Urban Partnership Agreement: Minnesota Evaluation Report
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