As communities examine the future growth, transportation and
congestion continues to be a concern. Cities share a common desire to
encourage areas of dense development, though the perception is more
congestion. We also acknowledge designing communities and their land uses
around just automobiles is not in our long-term best interest.
During this webinar, we will explore tools and solutions to
make the community less automobile-dependent. Transportation Demand
Management (TDM) are programs, policies or activities that offer travelers with
choices, to improve travel reliability. Tools range from understanding
how a TDM policy fits into the planning fabric of the community to developing
the appropriate strategies for properties.
This program is made possible through a grant from the American Cities Climate Challenge.