I don’t have a figure for the entire state of California, but apparently an average carpool lane can move 1,200 vehicles (and 3,100 people) per hour during peak periods in southern California. That easily adds up to thousands of people using the carpool lane in any given week. By comparison, general-purpose lanes only see 1,800 vehicles (and 2,000 people) per hour during the same periods. Notice how there is a larger number of vehicles but a smaller number of people in the second statistic.
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