Online TDM Encylopedia

URL: www.vtpi.org/tdm

The VTPI Online TDM Encyclopedia is a free, unique and comprehensive resource for identifying and evaluating innovative solutions to transportation problems. It contains more than 80 chapters, 1,000 pages and hundred of links.


Transportation Demand Management (TDM) is a general term for actions that encourage more efficient use of existing transportation systems. This Encyclopedia is produced by the Victoria Transport Policy Institute to increase understanding and implementation of TDM. It provides detailed information on more than three-dozen TDM strategies, plus general information about TDM planning and evaluation.

Strategies covered include the following:

  • Bike/transit integration
  • Campus transport management
  • Car free planning
  • Car sharing
  • Commute trip reduction
  • Commuter financial incentives
  • Distance-based fees
  • Flextime
  • Freight transport management
  • Fuel tax increases
  • Guaranteed ride home
  • HOV
  • Priority Least-Cost planning
  • Location-efficient development
  • Market reforms
  • New urbanism
  • Nonmotorized encouragement
  • Nonmotorized improvements
  • Parking management
  • Parking pricing
  • Pay-as-you-drive vehicle insurance
  • Performance Evaluation
  • Rideshare programs
  • Road pricing
  • Smart growth
  • Taxi improvements
  • TDM marketing
  • TDM Programs
  • Telework
  • Tourist transport management
  • Traffic calming
  • Transit improvements
  • Transit oriented development

There are also cross-cutting chapters such as the one on Public Transit Encouragement

Topics: Environment:, Sustainable transportation
Location: Canada-British Columbia
Resource Type: strategies and interventions
Publisher: Victoria Transport Policy Institute
Date Last Updated: 2019-04-24 02:07:02

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