Active Transportation and Demand Management, and its associated implementation strategies, can be organized into three primary categories:
- Active Traffic Management
- A suite of strategies that actively manage traffic on a facility. Examples include: variable speed limits, dynamic shoulder use, queue warning, and lane control.
- Active Demand Management
- A suite of strategies intended to reduce or redistribute travel demand to alternate modes or routes. Incentivizes drivers by providing rewards for travelling during off peak hours with less traffic congestion. Examples include: comparative multi-modal travel times, dynamic ride-sharing and dynamic pricing.
- Active Parking Management
- A suite of strategies designed to affect the demand on parking capacity. Examples include: parking pricing, real-time parking availability and reservation systems.
- Active Transportation and Demand Management Deployments