Assessing the Benefits and Costs of ITS Projects: Volume 2 An Application to Electronic Toll Collection
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Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems--California--San Francisco Bay Area--Cost effectiveness; Toll bridges--California--San Francisco Bay Area; Toll plazas--California--San Francisco Bay Area--Automation--Cost effectiveness; Automated toll collection; Carquinez Bridge (Calif.);
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