Measuring the Impacts of Employer-Based TDM Strategies on Transportation System Performance

Faced with substantial funding shortfalls in meeting transportation needs, one of Washington State Department of Transportation’s key strategies for persevering mobility is improving the efficient operation of the existing transportation facilities by increasing the use of transportation demand management (TDM) strategies to decrease drive alone rates.

Developing a Technique that Predicts the Impacts of Transportation Demand Management (TDM) on a Transportation System

Given declining resources, pressing problems, and environmental constraints, state departments of transportation (DOTs) are increasingly motivated to manage peak demand of vehicle trips as a way to mitigate congestion and improve overall performance of the highway system.

Programs That Match Seniors With Volunteer Drivers

 This research project had three objectives: to identify and explore the challenges of developing and operating a volunteer senior mobility driving service; to propose solutions to establish successful programs; and, to provide guidance on best practices that could be used by a variety of audiences, including transit agencies, paratransit agencies, non-profit programs, social service agencies,…

CUTR Webcast Recording: Travel Behavior Trends in Florida: an Analysis of the National Household Travel Survey Data

June 28, 2012 This webcast presents an analysis of the National Household Travel Survey (NHTS) data and examines travel behavior trends in Florida. Download a PDF copy of the presentation. Presented by: Steven Polzin, Ph.D., Mobility Research Program Director, Center for Urban Transportation Research Recording AICP Status AICP-CM credit is not available for this CUTR…