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https://plus.google.com/109127778744513322258 Joe Hova : Content on content on content this week. Wrapping up the week and kicking off Labor Day Weekend with...
Content on content on content this week. Wrapping up the week and kicking off Labor Day Weekend with this new episode of “Hov’s Lane”. I talk with Baegod about her new project, Bedroom Trap’n Vol 1. Vampin, her best homemade Halloween costume, if she’s…
INTERVIEW | "Hov's Lane" with @SheIsBaeGod
Content on content on content this week. Wrapping up the week and kicking off Labor Day Weekend with this new episode of "Hov's Lane". I talk with Baegod about her new project, Bedroom Trap'n Vol 1...
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https://plus.google.com/114642242098473327811 Jose Sanchez : Kiboxnx
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Staten Island Expressway HOV lane to open Thursday
The HOV lane will open on Thursday evening, giving commuters a continuous, bus and HOV lane from Victory Boulevard to the Verrazano Narrows Bridge.
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https://plus.google.com/109127778744513322258 Joe Hova : Per our conversation on “Hov’s Lane” a few weeks back, Thomas CRWN has finally released his new project...
Per our conversation on “Hov’s Lane” a few weeks back, Thomas CRWN has finally released his new project. I was a big fan of Supreme when it dropped in 2013 and have been anticipating this one since he dropped some singles earlier this year. Ten tracks of…
ALBUM | "CRWN" @TheThomasCRWN
Per our conversation on "Hov's Lane" a few weeks back, Thomas CRWN has finally released his new project. I was a big fan of Supreme when it dropped in 2013 and have been anticipating this one since...
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https://plus.google.com/111402466768761425007 Bronson Jones & Co. LLP : This guy didn't realize they meant 3 "real" people!
This guy didn't realize they meant 3 "real" people!
Man caught driving in HOV lane with mannequins as passengers
A man has been fined by Toronto Police after he was caught driving in an HOV lane Wednesday morning on the Gardiner Expressway. With a very observant eye, a police officer working the route noticed something off about the man's passengers - they were made of plastic.
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https://plus.google.com/104488461264253077149 Downtown Toronto News : Provincial police say 2,115 charges were laid for improper HOV lane use during the Pan Am and Parapan...
Provincial police say 2,115 charges were laid for improper HOV lane use during the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games this summer.
More than 2,100 charges laid for HOV violation
Provincial police say 2,115 charges were laid for improper HOV lane use during the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games this summer.
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https://plus.google.com/113209299656319474172 Joseph Kott : The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) has validated the proposal in a study by Jeff Hobson...
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) has validated the proposal in a study by Jeff Hobson of Transform and me to create a high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane with high occupancy toll (HOT) access using existing lanes rather than create new pavement. Instead of new pavement this alternative would focus on a comprehensive, systems approach of managing transportation demand and supporting new high occupancy vehicle services, including those operated by both the public sector and the private sector. 

This alternative moves more people, is cheaper, reduces rather than increases carbon emissions per person-mile of travel, and creates additional transportation choices. The discredited, environmentally irresponsible approach of adding more highway capacity for motor vehicles, many of which will remain in solo occupancy, produces none of these benefits. 

http://www.transformca.org/transform-blog-post/mtc-analysis-confirms-optimized-hot-best-choice-highway-101
MTC analysis confirms: Optimized HOT is the best choice for Highway 101 | TransForm
Moving more people with less traffic – it sounds almost too good to be true. But for the past few years TransForm has been convinced that it's possible to reduce congestion on the Bay Area's most crowded freeways without pouring more concrete. We call this innovative approach “Optimized HOT.” ...
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https://plus.google.com/110273099058839440650 Joseph Kott : The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) has validated the proposal in a study by Jeff Hobson...
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) has validated the proposal in a study by Jeff Hobson of Transform and me to create a high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane with high occupancy toll (HOT) access using existing lanes rather than create new pavement. Instead of new pavement this alternative would focus on a comprehensive, systems approach of managing transportation demand and supporting new high occupancy vehicle services, including those operated by both the public sector and the private sector. 

This alternative moves more people, is cheaper, reduces rather than increases carbon emissions per person-mile of travel, and creates additional transportation choices. The discredited, environmentally irresponsible approach of adding more highway capacity for motor vehicles, many of which will remain in solo occupancy, produces none of these benefits. 
MTC analysis confirms: Optimized HOT is the best choice for Highway 101 | TransForm
Moving more people with less traffic – it sounds almost too good to be true. But for the past few years TransForm has been convinced that it's possible to reduce congestion on the Bay Area's most crowded freeways without pouring more concrete. We call this innovative approach “Optimized HOT.” ...
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https://plus.google.com/100797893268431459526 James Yeargan : #atlantaduilawyer I just found that the failure to appear calendar for DeKalb county is Monday and ...
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I just found that the failure to appear calendar for DeKalb county is Monday and Wednesday

I wanted to know should I go tomorrow or wait til Monday because I get paid on Friday I will atleast have the 100 dollars that someone said I would have to pay. And this case is for 2 driving on Suspended license driving in the HOV lane and speeding

James’s Answer
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Make sure you have enough money before you go. If you don't have the money going is a waste of time.

See question 
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https://plus.google.com/102242978679867765962 Lodi Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram : Get in the HOV lane this #tUSEDay!
Get in the HOV lane this #tUSEDay!
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Temporary HOV lane restrictions end Tuesday evening: http://ow.ly/R2ETr
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https://plus.google.com/118378599328399894533 iTumusica 20 : Nicki Minaj - Pink Friday - Roman Reloaded (Deluxe Version) (2012) [iTunes Plus AAC M4A] Genres: Hip...
Nicki Minaj - Pink Friday - Roman Reloaded (Deluxe Version) (2012) [iTunes Plus AAC M4A]
Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Rap, R&B/Soul, R&B contemporáneo, Released: Apr 03, 2012 ℗ 2012 Cash Money Records Inc. Tracklist: 01. Roman Holiday 02. Come On a Cone 03. I Am Your Leader (feat. Cam’ron & Rick Ross) 04. Beez In the Trap (feat. 2 Chainz) 05. HOV Lane ...
Nicki Minaj - Pink Friday - Roman Reloaded (Deluxe Version) (2012) [iTunes Plus AAC M4A]

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https://plus.google.com/111166303679800199396 PrenticeSystems™ LLc : Chevy Volt an electric, smooth and silent operator Electric car Chevrolet Volt covers about two-thirds...

Chevy Volt an electric, smooth and silent operator
Electric car Chevrolet Volt covers about two-thirds of distance driven on grid electricity.
Peter Bleakney / For the Toronto Star
2015 Chevy Volt.
By: Peter Bleakney Special to the Star, Published on Fri Aug 07 2015
LABEL: AFFORDABLE CAR REVIEW
HED: 2015 Chevy Volt
With the usual Toronto traffic hell made worse recently by the Pan Am Games and the resulting temporary HOV lanes, and me, finding myself commuting daily from Oakville to the Royal Alex Theatre for the Mirvish production of Kinky Boots, it seemed like a pretty good time to book a 2015 Chevy Volt for a week of electric car nirvana.
Nirvana, in this case, meant silently cruising the HOV lanes courtesy of the Volt’s Green Car status. With an electric range of about 60 kilometres, I could cover most of my commute sans emissions before the Volt’s range-extender 1.4L four-cylinder gas engine fired up. According to GM, Volts cover about two-thirds of distance driven on grid electricity, so this experiment plunked me square into Volt poster-boy territory.
Clean, congestion-free running with the promise of minuscule gasoline bills? What’s not to like? In this scenario, membership has its privileges.
The Chevrolet Volt leapt onto the automotive stage in 2011 to much fanfare. It was a bold move for GM, building a mid-size hatchback electric sedan that carried around a four-cylinder engine whose primary function was not to power the front wheels when the 16 kWh lithium-ion battery ran dry, but to spin a generator to make the juice to power the electric-drive motor.
While this technology is nothing new (locomotives have been doing it for decades), it was pretty fresh thinking for a car. Once all the hoopla died down, Volt sales flattened and remained there. It’s hard to sell a pricey green vehicle when gas is cheap. And especially when the car only seats four — the large T-shaped battery pack sticks up between the rear seats.
The Volt’s ace in the hole is its ability to about double the EV range of a typical plug-in hybrid. Conversely, it won’t return the mileage of, say, a Toyota Pruis when the battery is depleted.
Coming in 2016 is a new Volt that promises to be less expensive, more efficient, have better EV range and seat five. It will also be cheaper to build, which should help GM’s cause, as the automaker still loses money on every Volt sold.
In the meantime, this 2015 model with a base price of $37,195 (before the $8,500 Ontario green car rebate) is what we have. Just over $5,000 in options brings a host of kit to the table — navigation, leather, Bose audio, rearview camera, park assist, forward-collision alert, lane-departure warning, and iridescent pearl tricoat paint.
As I don’t have a 240v charger at my house, the Volt will take about 11 hours to fully charge on a 110v plug (four hours, otherwise). Nonetheless, I’m not alone in this — about half of Volt owners make do with regular household current. How do they know this? The standard three years of free OnStar lets Big Brother … er, GM, in on your every Volt move.
The Volt’s interior is futuristic but a bit tacky, with the white plastic overkill, and the touchscreen interface, along with all the touch-sensitive points on the console, are fussy and unintuitive. The back seats are comfortable, but headroom is limited. However, the hatchback configuration offers decent utility.
As with all electrically powered vehicles, the Volt is a smooth and silent operator. The electric motor puts out 149 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque, and while the Volt is not crazy fast like the Tesla, its acceleration is adequate for normal driving. And with no transmission and 100 per cent of the torque from zero r.p.m., motivation is a seamless process.
Merging onto the QEW in Oakville, the display tells me I have 62 km of electric range. That will get me downtown and about halfway home before the 83-hp, 1.4L gas engine springs to life. I work my way over to the temporary HOV lane and tuck in, expecting all kinds of accusing stares from the poor sods trundling along beside me. After all, save for its green plate, the Volt looks pretty much like any other mid-size sedan. My initial trepidation and slight feelings of guilt melt away much faster than the Volt’s projected EV range that, surprise, proves to be very accurate, even cruising along at over 100 km/h.
Being so aerodynamic, there is very little wind noise. The narrow low rolling resistant tires don’t do much for road holding, and they provide a slightly brittle ride. The steering is somewhat vague, too, but I doubt anyone is buying this car for its sporting nature. Overall, the Volt is a satisfying drive, and in this situation, highly efficient.
Just as predicted, the display indicates the gas engine has come on board at around 60 km into my commute. It’s largely unobtrusive — you barely know its running when at highway speeds. There are Normal, Hold, Sport and Mountain modes designed to maximize the powertrain’s performance and efficiency in different situations.
After a week of commuting, and only a few dirty looks from the non-HOV crowd, the trip computer reads 535.9 kms driven, 14.8 litres of fuel consumed for an average of 2.7 L/100 km.
So, I’ve found the sweet spot for Chevrolet’s unique plug-in hybrid. We can expect more from the second-generation 2016 model.
FACT BOX:
2015 Chevrolet Volt
BASE PRICE/AS TESTED: $37,195/$33,850 (with an $8,500 Ontario rebate)
ADD-ONS: Destination charge $1,600; taxes $4,500.50
TYPE: Mid-size sedan
PROPULSION: Front-wheel-drive, electric drive
CARGO: 300 L
TOW RATING: Not advised
ENGINE: 111 kW drive motor, 83 hp range-extender, 1.4L gas four
TRANSMISSION: Direct drive
POWER/TORQUE: 149 hp, 273 lb-ft
FUEL CONSUMPTION L/100 km: All-Electric equivalent: 2.3 city, 2.5 hwy.; Gas-only: 6.7 city, 5.9 hwy.; premium-grade fuel
BRAKES: Four-wheel disc
TIRES: Goodyear Fuel Max P215/55R17
STANDARD FEATURES: 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights, heated front seats, keyless ignition and entry, remote ignition, automatic climate control, cruise, cloth upholstery, leather-wrapped tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, OnStar, in-car Wi-Fi, a 7-inch touchscreen display, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, Chevy’s MyLink system, six-speaker sound system with a CD player, satellite radio, auxiliary audio jack, USB interface.
ACCESSIBILITY: Fine for all four seats
COMPETITION: Ford C-Max Plug-in Hybrid, Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
WHAT’S BEST: Up to 60 km of EV range
WHAT’S WORST: Only seats four
WHAT’S INTERESTING: Gas engine will partially power the front wheels under certain circumstances
MANUFACTURER’S WEBSITE: www.gm.ca
SIDEBAR OR POP-UPS
LOOKS: The Volt doesn’t advertise its green cred and ultra high-tech innards. For those not in the know, it’s just another mid-size sedan
INTERIOR: Comfy for four but a little heavy on the “space-age” décor. The seven-inch touchscreen and touch-sensitive console panel will not be winning any ergonomic awards.
PERFORMANCE: A rewarding car to drive. Smooth, silent running combined with plenty of low-end torque and decent handling.
TECHNOLOGY: Standard Chevy MyLink with Gracenote music database and Stitcher Smart Radio Compatibility. Three years of OnStar and 4G LTE Wi-Fi hot spot capability
WHAT YOU’LL LIKE ABOUT THIS CAR: If it fits your lifestyle, the Volt can be very cheap to run. And with the $8,500 Ontario rebate, not too expensive to buy
WHAT YOU WON’T LIKE ABOUT THIS CAR: Weird interior, requires premium fuel
Chevy Volt an electric, smooth and silent operator | Toronto Star
Electric car Chevrolet Volt covers about two-thirds of distance driven on grid electricity.
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https://plus.google.com/110623337863267164476 InsuranceHotline.com : Getting a ticket for an HOV lane violation can be costly. Fines can go as high as $110 and three demerit...
Getting a ticket for an HOV lane violation can be costly. Fines can go as high as $110 and three demerit points. 

Did you get an HOV ticket?
1,735 Drivers Busted For Misusing HOV Lanes During Pan Am Games
Police wrote up 1,735 HOV lane violation tickets to drivers, and handed out another 2,000 tickets for other traffic-related infractions during the Pan Am Games. Can we expect more of the same during the Parapan Am Games?
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INTERVIEW | "Hov's Lane" with @GarrottOdom

The interview’s stay moving and hopefully I can keep them going for a weekly or bi-weekly thing now. On this episode of “Hov’s Lane” I talk to Clayton County native Garrott Odom. Garrott’s The Power of 3 project dropped recently so we discuss that along…
INTERVIEW | "Hov's Lane" with @GarrottOdom
The interview's stay moving and hopefully I can keep them going for a weekly or bi-weekly thing now. On this episode of "Hov's Lane" I talk to Clayton County native Garrott Odom. Garrott's The Powe...
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https://plus.google.com/117380022609585828327 Hamilton News : Child ejected from minivan in crash at intersection A child sitting in an unsecured child safety seat...
Child ejected from minivan in crash at intersection

A child sitting in an unsecured child safety seat was ejected through the side window of a minivan when it was struck by a car at the intersection of Wicoff Street and Roosevelt Boulevard this morning, according to the Ohio Highway Patrol. The child managed to survive the ejection with non-life threatening injuries, despite being thrown 25 feet from the Dodge minivan, said Sgt. Tom Bloomberg, of the Hamilton post of the OSP. Bloomberg said a car traveling westbound on Roosevelt crashed into the minivan as it was entering the intersection at about 10:45 a.m. The impact sent the minivan spinning, and the child, whose age and gender is not known and who was sitting in a child safety seat in the middle of the backseat, was ejected through the left passenger side window. Bloomberg said the child was not properly secured. The driver of the car, whose name has not yet been released, suffered minor injuries, according to the OSP. He told troopers that he was going under 45 mph at the time of the crash. Bloomberg said one of the cars may have run a red light. The accident remains under investigation. This story will be updated as more information becomes available. comment(1) More News  From Our News Partners 7 ways to celebrate Harry Potter’s birthday today The ‘Terminator’ has a message for the man who killed Cecil the lion How low will they go? The price of gas is dropping and it could go lower Caught on camera: SUV drives wrong way in HOV lane 10 things to know about Friday’s blue moon Hot topics marimo.emit(‘writecapture26318927_ready’); marimo.add_widget({“wc_compatibility_mode”: false, “html”: ” $NEWLINE$NEWLINE$NEWLINE View AllTop Jobs$NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE $NEWLINE
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https://plus.google.com/117380022609585828327 Hamilton News : 18 States Where You Can Do Your Back-to-School Shopping Tax-Free Time to sharpen your pencils, shoppers...
18 States Where You Can Do Your Back-to-School Shopping Tax-Free

Time to sharpen your pencils, shoppers. Not only are parents shopping for back-to-school needs early and comparing prices, they might want to also try to figure out on which days they want to buy. Eighteen states have tax holidays that can help back-to-school shoppers stretch their money — and for shoppers in Georgia and Mississippi, the tax savings start Friday and end Saturday. Retailers love the tax-free days, because they draw shoppers in. But tax holidays have been criticized as the triumph of good politics over good policy; in fact, last year North Carolina eliminated its tax-free shopping days in favor of a tax cut. >> Read more trending stories   Still, if you’re shopping for back to school, the savings may be worth considering. But, as when shopping with any discount available, it’s still important to remember that spending more than you would otherwise because you are “saving” so much doesn’t really save you anything. Still, if you are buying bookbags, paper, calculators and other supplies on your state’s list of tax-free items, your savings could be significant, depending on how high your state taxes are and how much you spend. If you’re buying a laptop, or if multiple children need new shoes, timing your purchase for tax-free days could be worth it. Here are some tips for making the most of the tax-free days. 1. Carefully read through your state’s listing of what will be tax-free and make sure you understand the rules. Most states have maximum prices for clothes, for example. You might discover that shoes costing $99 are tax-exempt, but those over $100 are not. 2. Make a list. What do you need, really? Many discount stores post lists of what’s required by various schools. Check a list before you go shopping to see what you already have (or what your child might use as a hand-me-down). Paying no tax on something you didn’t actually need to buy isn’t saving. 3. Look at ads and check out loss leaders. If crayons or glue are going for a penny, think about buying some. Those things run out, and a fresh supply will be welcome. (Remember how good brand-new crayons felt in your hand?) Those can also be purchased to donate later. You don’t need a tax holiday to do this, either. 4. Have a budget. Know what you expect to pay, and have an idea of what things should cost before you go. Tax-free isn’t the best deal if you find the same item at a clearance price elsewhere. Be educated about prices, and remember what you can afford and what you planned to spend. 5. Know how you are going to pay. When you’re not paying cash, it’s easy to forget how much you have spent. It can be helpful to think it through ahead of time rather than reach into your wallet and try to figure out which credit card makes the most sense while someone is waiting impatiently in line behind you. The card can matter because if you plan to pay off your balance immediately, you may want to choose a card that gives you maximum cash-back rewards, for example. In a case of rotating categories that earn cash-back bonuses, you may want to check those categories before you shop. For example, Chase Freedom has 5% cash-back categories, but they rotate each quarter, so you’ll need to double-check the rewards calendar to make the most of your cash-back bonuses. If you’re trying to build or rebuild credit, pay attention to your cards’ balances relative to credit limit, and choose a card with “room” for your purchases. (If you know where you’ll shop, you may be able to save a bit more by buying a discounted gift card ahead of time from GiftCardGranny, Raise or similar services.) Be careful not to let school expenses pull your finances off track, particularly as we move toward the end of the year, which tends to be associated with higher spending. It’s good to keep in mind that when you decide last year’s bookbag will suffice until backpacks go on sale, and make it a priority to keep your credit healthy (and you can get a free credit report summary on Credit.com), you’re contributing to your kids’ financial education. And, hopefully, that will last even longer than a laptop. Alabama – Aug. 7-9 Arkansas – Aug. 1-2 Connecticut – Aug. 16-22 Florida – Aug. 7-16 Georgia – July 31-Aug. 1 Iowa – Aug. 7-8 Louisiana – Aug. 7-8 Maryland – Aug. 9-15 Massachusetts – Aug. 15-16 Mississippi – July 31-Aug. 1 Missouri – Aug. 7-9 New Mexico – Aug. 7-9 Ohio – Aug. 7-9 Oklahoma – Aug. 7-9 South Carolina – Aug. 7-9 Tennessee – Aug. 7-9 Texas – Aug.7-9 Virginia – Aug. 7-9 More News  From Our News Partners 7 ways to celebrate Harry Potter’s birthday today The ‘Terminator’ has a message for the man who killed Cecil the lion How low will they go? 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