Shared rides, higher HOV lanes ratio, delivery services and enforcement.
Reducing the amount of cars by enforcing tolls on a single driver or double vs. shared services of 3 or more passengers on designated lanes
Nowadays there are 2-3 lanes of "free" ride but only one lane of shared ride (HOV) / tolled express lane. Let's say that the ratio will change to a single lane, which will be more expensive than all others but 2-3 lanes of high occupancy vehicles only for a reduced priced tolls. By using an app to ease the pickup of extra passengers a driver can now avoid heavy tolls, share the cost of his/her gas expenses and use more lanes. All of that is right for when using the highway, but what if a mom needs to pick up her kid from school - the same concept will allow various levels of app usage, to allow moms, workers, travelers, etc. to collaborate with shared rides all over town. The last aspect is encouraging businesses to work remotely by developing shipment - Amazon found great ways of helping people get goods and services by staying at home - if the long line of 100+ people per hour on the line to order their Burrito at Chipotle could stay at home knowing one of the drones or self driven distribution robots will deliver the freshness, that by itself is 100 less vehicles on the roads. I would love to work with Ford and the authorities in Miami Dade to run some behavioral test on how a focus group reacts to such restrictions. I believe that tests will prove my system(s) to be not only a huge time saver on a personal level, but also a financial and personal/lifestyle upgrade on both a personal and global levels.