How to Integrate TDM in the Planning Process Net Conference

Where, how and when should transportation demand management (TDM) be integrated into the transportation planning process?   The “How to Integrate TDM in the Planning Process” netconference, held on June 23, 2011, was co-sponsored by the Association for Commuter Transportation and the National Center for Transit Research. Three speakers provided an overview of the transportation planning process and discussed how to develop relationships with area MPOs to integrate key TDM policy objectives into the long-range planning process. Link to view recording at end of this post.


  •  Egan Smith. P.E. PTOE, Community Planner, Office of Planning, Environment and Realty, Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation
  • Sandi Moody, Director – Programs and Operations, Tampa Bay Area Regional Transportation Authority (TBARTA)
  • Beth Alden, AICP, Group Leader, Multimodal Systems Group, Hillsborough County Metropolitan Planning Organization

View Recording
Copies of slides (pdf) – 6 per page

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