The builders of high-occupancy toll lanes along parts of the Beltway in Virginia are betting that frustrated commuters will pay as much as $6.47 to save a minute.
By Dita Smith and Renee Rigdon -- The Washington Post - August 25, 2008
Money Spent vs. Time Saved Debated for HOT Lanes Article | How much is your time worth? Would you pay $20 to save 13 minutes on your morning Capital Beltway commute from Springfield to Tysons Corner? Builders of new high-occupancy toll (HOT) lanes on the Beltway are betting $2 billion that there are enough drivers in the Washington region willing to pay ...