Which of the following is true about the policy of ‘high-occupancy vehicle restriction’ in Jakarta?

It reduced traffic congestion by making it expensive for users to get behind the wheel. 

It created further inconvenience to the people without reducing the time spent on road. 

It was in reality an evasion of ‘carpooling’ which the policy tried to encourage.

 It failed because it was misconceived and the government had to withdraw it eventually. 

How can one conclude that HOV made it more expensive to get behind the wheel?

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@ryan96  ·  929 karma

Because ims said so

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