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Clean air vehicles will no longer ride pay lanes for free in LA County

A series of cameras and sensors monitor cars traveling along the 110 Express Lanes in the Harbor Gateway area of Los Angeles on Friday, Apr 13, 2018. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributing Photographer) The new policy will take effect in November or December, Metro reported. Owners of Teslas, as well as Nissan Leafs, Chevy Volts and Bolts, VW Golf EVs, BMW i3s and dozens of other alternative-fueled cars certified as clean air vehicles by the state will receive a 15 percent discount from Metro to take the Express Lanes. The change affects EV drivers using Express Lanes on two Los Angeles County freeways: the 110 Freeway from the South Bay to South Los Angeles and an 11-mile stretch of the I-10 Freeway from the San Gabriel Valley to downtown Los Angeles. A ride the length of the I-10 lanes at peak times cost about $15. Clean air car owners who used to pay $0 will pay about $12.75 with the discount. A series of cameras and sensors monitor cars traveling along the 110 Express Lanes in the Harbor Gateway area of Los Angeles on Friday, Apr 13, 2018. (Photo by Scott Varley, Contributing Photographer) If we charge electric vehicles, some will stay in these lanes, some may use regular lanes or some may use public transit, said John Fasana, Duarte Councilman and Metro board member. I think this is a step in right direction to being able to move more people, which will reduce emissions. Metro is also studying changing the definition of a carpool on the I-10 Freeway Express Lanes to only registered buses and vanpools. All others riding with two or three passengers will be charged a toll instead of riding free, according to a proposal by Fasana adopted by the board. Fasana wants to free up space on what was once called the I-10 busway for Metro and Foothill Transit express buses that take passengers from the Inland Empire and the San Gabriel Valley to downtown L.A. But the lanes have become overused by paying single-occupancy customers, who represent 49 percent of the Metro Express Lanes customers, and free-riding EV drivers, which account for about 6 percent.

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