Resources & Tools for Businesses & Developers
What is TDM?
The term ‘transportation demand management’ means the use of strategies to inform and encourage travelers to maximize the efficiency of a transportation system, leading to improved mobility, reduced congestion, and lower vehicle emissions, including strategies that use planning, programs, policies, marketing, communications, incentives, pricing, data and technology.” Definition as proposed by the Association for Commuter Transportation for federal law.
Transportation Coordinator Network
Join CATMA’s free Transportation Coordinator Network to learn more about how transportation demand management (TDM) strategies can make your organization more competitive and efficient while helping to improve the sustainability of our community and environment!
TDM Guidelines for City of Burlington Development
Burlington’s Comprehensive Development Ordinance contains TDM standards for developments of a certain size and scope as noted in Sec. 8.1.16. The TDM standards contain four primary pieces: outreach and Education, TDM Strategies, Parking Management, TDM Agreement
Telework Program Guide
We developed a Telework Program Guide to help facilitate your internal discussions relative to telework policies and practices. This Guide offers a simple step-by-step format that will help develop, implement, and manage a telework program at your workplace.