HOV lane

a highway or street lane for high-occupancy vehicles, usually marked with large diamond shapes on the pavement.

High Occupancy Vehicle lane, a highway lane marked with painted diamonds which indicate that it is for multi-passenger vehicles, created to alleviate traffic congestion and improve air quality; also called diamond lane , heavy occupancy vehicle lane

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