High-Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) – US
A passenger vehicle carrying more than a specified number of passengers.
Home Zone – UK
A term used in the United Kingdom for a residential street or group of streets that are designed using principles similar to those of living streets, primarily to meet the interests of the local community, whether on foot, cycling, or in a car, enabling the street to operate primarily as a space for social use.
High Occupancy Toll (HOT) – US
A toll enacted on single-occupant vehicles who wish to use lanes or entire roads designated for the use of high-occupancy vehicles (HOVs, also known as carpools).
HOT Lane -US
A HOV lane that can be used by lower occupancy vehicles, such as solo drivers, in return for toll payments, which could vary by time-of-day or level of congestion.
HOV Lane -US
A lane reserved for vehicles with a driver and one or more passengers. These lanes are also known as “Carpool Lanes”, “Commuter Lanes, “Diamond Lanes” and “Transit Lanes”.