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CALTRANS Thinking of Congestion Pricing on Highways

Just a day after Democrats in New York decided that New York City traffic conditions are just fine and congestion pricing isn't needed there, alert LA Streetsblog reader Radical Transportation Engineer sends news that CALTRANS is looking for consultants to help study how best to convert carpool lanes into High Occupancy Toll lanes.  CALTRANS' request for bids can be read below.

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