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Feds reject HOV exemption for military

Virginia has lost its bid to exempt uniformed active-duty military members from high-occupancy vehicle lane restrictions in Hampton Roads.

The Federal Highway Administration rejected the state's request to allow military members traveling to and from a base or other facility to drive alone in HOV lanes.

The federal agency said specific criteria must be met before a vehicle transporting only a driver is allowed to travel in the HOV lanes.

Legislation passed earlier this year by the General Assembly had sought the exemption.

-- Associated Press

What do you think? Should military members be exempt from HOV rules? Post a comment below.

By Michael Bolden  |  June 3, 2010; 12:21 PM ET
 
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