Transportation Demand Management Plans
Transportation Demand Management (TDM) is gaining greater importance among leading public agencies, institutions, and forward-thinking private enterprises that seek to simultaneously increase their accessibility and reduce their dependency on single-occupant vehicle travel. KAI has assisted a multitude of clients to prepare, implement, and monitor TDM plans that increase the use of walking, biking, carpooling, ridesharing, teleworking, and transit riding, while reducing the rate of vehicle use and the related impacts of parking, congestion, emissions, and vehicle crashes. KAI has consistently demonstrated the triple bottom-line benefits of implementing TDM plans and programs. Institutions and major developments are able to invest less in parking facilities and their maintenance, while providing improved access for students, patients, customers, and employees. Reduced impacts on the surrounding transportation system also have translated into reduced off-site improvement costs and lower transportation impact fees.
- PGE Park Transportation Management Plan
- Portland Community College Transportation Demand Management Plan
- Anchorage Downtown Master Plan